It's about 9PM, and
I've decided to pass on tonight's threadgill show. Bill and Bonnie hearne
are playing, but it's time to spend some quiet time with friends.. Woody,
Gary, lisa markley, paul sanchez, tom payne, and others are all sitting
around camp coho relaxing and comparing notes about the festival, the
music, the highlites so far, and some bad jokes... Rule # 1, if you're
ever at a folk festival, and the jokes start, it's time to head for the
hills... Folk musicians do not do gigs at Uncle Funny's comedy club for
Nashville was dark, nashbill was closed, singkerrnicity had a small circle
going with some pretty dulcimer sounds as we walked by. We went over chapel
hill and down to cuisine. It's the first time i've been able to get there
this festival. Bill and Bonnie hearne were holding court, to the accompanyment
of numerous beautiful sounds. Continuing on after awhile, we headed over
to Jack Motley's "Camp on this".
Geoff Bartley and Tim Mason were doing a 10PM threadgill guerilla gig,
and we could hear it from Camp on this. Looked to be a bout 100 people
in attendance. I would estimate there were slightly under 200 people the
other night at the al grierson tribute..
If it wasn't a full moon night, it was about as close as you can get...
cool breezes, full moon, and all the peace and spirit of the ranch just
whistling through the trees.. Close your eyes, and see if you can remember
the crickets.. You can lay in bed and listen to them while you slowly
drift off to the sounds of stephanie corby coming from camp stupid about
No sightings of Niki Lehman, Amelia Spicer, or nancy hewitt.. Anybody
know if they're headed here for the last weekend ??
MaryMartha says to say hello to greg cagno. she's still alive, well, and
writing and singing. Unfortunatley, her 9 year old dachshund died yesterday..
EllenB's leaving the ranch today.. she's gonna need lots of hugs to sustain
her when she gets home.. so, everyone chip in..
gotta go bake some more bread... catch y'all tomorrow... Please feel free
to toss your kerr-thoughts onto the pile..
Coming to you direct from the Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas
Brian (Breadman) Wolfsohn