We are driving toward Fort Worth (as in the song “Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind?”). The other night, we played an amazing concert with the Austin Symphony. The Orchestra played beautifully and we’re still flying high over how well the show went. We’d like to thank everyone involved for making it such a wonderful experience. Speaking of flying high, we’d also like to thank the musical Major Michael Mench (and his family) and the US Air Force Band of the Golden West for a couple of great shows and some wonderful hospitality out in Vacaville, CA. Wow, this has been a fairly exciting end to the month of April, and things just keep on happening here in Trout Land.
From the first paragraph, you can tell that we are in Thank You Mode. We are currently writing the Thank You’s and other Liner Notes for our upcoming new CD, “Big Round World.” It’s always hard to know when a project is finished. A very wise man once said that no project is ever truly finished; it is only abandoned. But we have recorded, listened, made adjustments, listened some more, and have finally decided that the recording part of “Big Round World” is finished (or abandoned). We are looking forward to a Fall release and hope you are too.
We’d especially like to thank all of you who responded to our joke about the word ‘gullible’ in our April newsletter. As you might remember, we wrote that the word ‘gullible’ is not found in any dictionary. If you actually got out your dictionary and looked it up, then YOU know that you are gullible. If you looked it up and wrote to us about it, then WE know you are gullible. Anyway, thanks for your responses and corrections. It’s always good to know somebody’s reading our newsletters.
Keith & Ezra