Everyone seemed to have a great time. Thanks to all of those who “braved” the cold! The evening started early for the team, we hit Sundance Saloon about 11:00 am and didn’t leave til 3:30 am on Sunday.
The calendar girls started coming in around 6:00 and had a lot of opportunities to take photos. We still have calendars left and they all look spectacular. Help support COFR and purchase our Calendar.
Our local Bloodline Blues Band once again, did not disappoint. Check out their website to see where they are playing next and support your local talent. I missed the Star Spangled Banner, but heard it kicked booty.
The Anthony Gomes Band took the stage and just blew the roof off! I got to spend a little “quiet” time with Anthony and I have to say the man has a heart like he plays guitar. Big and bold, but just as gentle.
Tallan Latz played his heart out with each band, and amazed the crowd that knows him and I think he has some new fans from those that had never heard from him.
Bag Lady Sue waddled on stage with her cane and made the crowd take notice, stand up and laugh!
I wish I could visit with each person for more than two or three minutes and catch up with you. I wish that I could sit and watch the bands and really see the emotion on their faces as they whip it up and tear it down.
Anyone want a job? Just kidding, COFR has become part of me and if you have any idea’s, some time on your hands and would like to be involved with us, please feel free to contact us. We can always use those pounding the pavement for donations for the August 28th, Magic Carpet Ride.
I’d also like to especially thanks the Be Aware team for traveling down from Michigan and seeing what we are all about. Calling All Bikers that want to take a nice run on June 11th, 2011 – take a look at their site, any of our local supporters that will be traveling that way, or own a business, or would like to donate some chatchkies!
Thank you all!
Peace Pipes & Stage Lights