Thanks...it becomes redundant to post every week about how successful the band is, how packed and crazy our gigs are, how loose the ladies get, how fine they look, etc. It's the same everywhere we go. I don't want to dull-out the thread or come across as being jaded...it's been like this on increasing levels for the last several months. This weekend we played ouside at T-Bone Tom's in the Kemah lighthouse district. They had a big 4th of July celebration. We played in the middle of a gigantic traffic tie-up next to highway 146 and 6th streets down there. There were well over a hundred thousand people there...not at T-Bone's, but all around us...last night the VFW fundraiser in Santa Fe. That was a much more enjoyable gig, not just because it was inside an air-conditioned building, but because it was packed with our crowd who came there just to see the band and dance. They cheer for us...we rocked out for them...we get hugs, kisses and back-slaps between sets...it's a wonderful environment to be playing in...My cousins, Roberta and Phylliss Ann showed up and I hung out with them for the night and had a great time. They asked Pee Wee about his horses and he expounded to them on what he's been doing with his horses...he's breeding mares and he has 9 world championships including last year...just about every time he shows up, he wins a championship with them...but he's getting tired of keeping that deal going because he does it all himself and he'd rather kick back and not work as hard. Anyway, next Friday we're playing at a new club, Jack's Garage...it's a classic hot rod and motorsports club over on Old Galveston Road (Hwy 3), South of Houston. I will dust off the camera and snap some shots of the cars that show up. I have been instructed by the Phantom Kruizers that George will be driven to this gig. I met Jack last night and he hung out with us and watched us play. He's a great guy and he's looking forward to having us there. Cheers, WC1
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