|reading music...BARTLETT, by J.A.Rose cc|
O.K...Let's about the past two weeks...Steve got a real 'day job'...you know like everybody else. He did some dry wall way up in Bonnie Lake. What a drive AND getting up THAT early...aw'd'ul everyday AND then gigging a 'd'terwards, What? Yep... burning the candle at both ends. A'd'ter all we're used to getting up at the crack o'd' noon...like every respectable musician does.
Below, are some o'd' the songs BARTLETT's been working up 'd'or tonight 'd'or THE BLUZZZ QUEEN, Ms. SHELLY ELY. They're getting something going...I tell more when they let me. O.K?
Anyway, in the past two weeks BARTLETT has had some kind o'd' music 'most every night...a gig, or rehearsal, something cool anyway...WOW, when it rains it pours, doesn't it?
There was stu'dd' with REAL TIME  in the past two weeks...you know, KEVIN CHRISTENSEN/drums and HERE and EDDIE PEREZ/guitar/vocals, BARTLETT hosted a jam with JOSEPH PLEMMONS/guitar/vocals, rehearsing with PAT COLE/guitar/vocals, and our singer/song writer 'd'riend DON SUNN/vocals...sometimes with HEIDI HASLINGER/vocals/guitar, and BOB CORL/guitar/vocals too.
What's coming up ?,.. get ready, BARTLETT ON BASS will share hosting with ARIEL CALABRIA/everything, you name it, PETE CHAKOS/drums that jazz jam in Shelton on Sunday, June 15th, at THE GROVE STREET BREWHOUSE [ 233 S 1st St, Shelton, WA 98584
There, I've told you everything...well, not everything.... but close...we also sold 'd'our  sheep, harvesting one o'd' them with help, and like the taste o'd' lamb meat, our turkey's are getting BIG...YUM. getting lotsa eggs 'd'rom our chickens, pickled eggs today. RECIPE HERE. Jan
Some o'd' those song's video links 'd'or tonight.
1.] YOU WERE NEVER MINE, by Delbert McClinton, 'd'rom TexassMisfit
2.] USE ME, by Bill Withers, 'd'rom DJ Buddy Love - Old School
3.] INTO THE MYSTIC, by Van Morrison, from Mrsotaviaparauna
4.] BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE, by Bonnie Raitt, from BonnieRaittVEVO
5] CHECK OUT HER MAMA, by Johnny Winters, from Jones Smith
6.] TO LOVE SOMEBODY, by Janis Joplin, from cavettbiter