Monday, September 6, 2010

A Case of the Mondays: Labor Day

Nothing too much to report on this fine day off.  Here are the quick important points:

- I did literally nothing after work on Friday unless you count having a "Las Vegas" re-run marathon as something?  Right- so I did nothing.  Vanessa Marcil is super hot.

- Saturday I started learning a few new covers.  Over the last five shows,  I've had "Hallelujah" requested at least three times.  I figured it was time for me to learn it.  Also, I learned "This Town" by O.A.R. and still looking for some other new ones to get after.  Your requests/suggestions are always appreciated.

- Sunday was pretty low key- besides me going to open for Grammy winner Gretchen Peters in Vacaville.  In fact, another great singer/songwriter Cindy Alexander was on before me so it was a great day of music.  I had a quick 45 minute set where I played 10 originals (all from the new album.)  The set up was legit.  The stage was awesome, the sound was awesome, and the people were awesome.  Great day!

- Mrs. B. and I went to our usual Sunday night outing to Chili's (it's not a real tradition, though it seems like we go there often on Sundays.)  We go to the Natomas location which I will state right here, officially, that it is the best Chili's in the world.  The service is consistent and food is great.  Excellent work off of Truxel.

- Still waiting on the results from the "Be The High Roller" contest.  I'll definitely update that when I find out the result.  Cross your fingers for me!

Have a great Labor Day everyone- see you tomorrow!

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