In my travels around the pubs and just ordinary stuff, I see so many guys in their '20s, 30's and '40s who are as bald as a billiard ball. I don't remember that when I was of similar age. Nothing wrong with it, but I guess the generation(s) after me have a lot of DHT. I'm almost 60 and my hair is halfway down my back ... no bald spots, no gray and no white ... thx Mom.
If I was putting together an all-star band, this is who I would include ...
Female Vocals ... Emmylou, Nicolette Carlson, Patty Loveless
Male Vocals ... Bobby Osborne, John Duffy, Dwight, Vince Gill
Guitar ... Clarence White, Doc Watson, George Shuffler
Banjo ... Alan Munde, Carl Jackson
Pedal Steel ... Buddy Emmons, Bill Keith
Mandolin ... Jesse McReyolds
Fiddle ... Kenny Baker, Byron Berline
Bass & Drums Don't know, not my area of expertise
Hmmm, this is really country and bluegrass oriented ... everything changes if Hank is available
Have to do one for Rock
If your in a pub/bar a woman is going to decide within 30 seconds if she is interested or not. Just read the body language. I find it endlessly amusing watching guys who have no hope acting like little puppies looking for a pat on the head or a biscuit. If she is interested in you, and you spend a just little time chatting, she will always come back.
Man, I really enjoyed the clips of Chris playing. I don't know him from Adam but it was sweet and really impressive. What I liked is that he served the song, not just the guitar ... way cool.
I would love for him to do a couple of songs near and dear to my heart ...
The Balltrap .... Rod Stewart
Help Me ... Mainline
ok, that's all.