Emile, I was lucky, I never lasted more than 10 years at any one job. Blue collar was my thing. About 5 years before I retired Jolene and I began planning, and once I was retired, we hit the road and toured the USA for a few years. We've had a helluva run too. Travel for us is over but I may resume later. Today I got a resonator guitar which I am now bound to learn to play.
If you can look at this as an opportunity to pursue your next chapter, you can thrive. I wish you the best of success. As for your former employers, Illegitemus Non Carborundum. ---------- Music and travel destroy prejudice.
Thanks everybody for your well wishes and listening to my latest recording. For the first time I used a modeled amp in garageband the Big Blues Brute. I also used an AKG c414 Mic. The amp gave me the crunch I wanted and the c414 just captured so much of my harp tone so easy to play. I used a Golden Melody with the latest Blue Moon acrylic comb. ----------
You have some New Orleans trumpet sass to go with the blues losing a long-standing gig can bring. Great playing, Diggs, I really enjoyed this, and all the sly and twisting bends you bring to this. ---------- www.ted-burke.com