I was listening to the Grant Lee Buffalo song, "Dixie Drug Store" and it reminded me of two of your songs: the mournful cadence of "Broke Down" and the great story-telling of "Breakfast in Hell". I don't really have a question so much as I was surprised to instantly think of your music when that song started. I don't know if you are familiar with Buffalo, but keep up the good work.
Thanks, that's an interesting mash-up. I caught a GLB show about 20 years ago.
Hey Slaid; this is a long time ago.....Michael Struis from the Studio, Haarlem The Netherlands. I'm producing a roadtrip for a Dutch musician, JW Roy. He made a record and book Dry Goods&Groceries. It's about his memories to Austin. In november 2016 we will travel with a group to Austin TX and my question is of there is a possibilty to organize a clubshow with local musicians and JW? All the best to you!
Hi Slaid! Not seen you up here for quite a while, so my question is, any plans to visit the UK in the pipeline mate? And, by the UK, I don't mean London, I mean the REAL UK, ie the NE of England! In particular, Newcastle where I saw you, mamy moons ago. OK, so its cold, damp, foggy etc, but you must get bored with all that nasty heat and sunshine in Texas! Cheers mate! Dave Pattinson, Newcastle-upon -Tyne, England.