What's up brother? Was wondering when the next time you were headed to the Midwest specifically Tulsa. I've been itching for you to come thru here. Haven't been able to catch you since Harvest Fest a few years ago. Well take care can't wait for you to come this way.
well i don't have plans just yet, seems like i was just through that area, i did one of those gentlemen of the road shows around there, with my good friend jeff austin and the keels. the fellow that makes my banjos lives there so i like to get over there when i can. i would guess i would be there this coming year, but you'd need to be on the mailing list, you can make alerts for yourself on there and all that. thank you for listening to my music.
Is this, like, an active site or an abandoned blog?Danny Barnes responded on 11/11/2013 Next question
Hi, I have never heard your music before, and have not heard it yet. I just read an article you wrote about tips for the performing musician. I really appreciated what you had to say and took it to heart. I am a singer/songwriter and was hoping to get your thoughts on a seeming contradiction. I am a musician who seldom listens to music! I just never have really cared for much music, and so my musical horizon is very small as far as artists go. I have spent vast amounts of time on a very select group of songwriters that I have learned much from, but any time someone wants to get into a conversation about musicians or bands, I have to explain to them up front that pretty much anyone they ask me "Have you heard of..." I have to answer "no." I am called to music like you said in your blog post, but still I prefer a good sermon or teaching or presentation to music. Is that a disadvantage? If so, how should I overcome it? Thanks for the Q&A page, even if you don't get to mine. GB!Danny Barnes responded on 11/25/2013