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You are not allowed to view links. Register or LoginYou are not allowed to view links. Register or LoginParrot - thanks for the Christmas greetings. I love Robert Earl Keene, especially, it's so good to be back home again. He's one of the secret little treasures of living in Nashville - ya learn about these guys.

BTW: my ex gifted me with Internet service as a Christmas present, so I'm getting back in the saddle from ol' New York.

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I saw Robert Earl Keene in concert about a couple years ago. (before COVID). He had Lyle Lovett with him.
His voice was a little blown out from the prior night, but still good show.
The DBC forum goes on forever, the posting never ends. :)

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I saw him a few weeks ago, just a couple of weeks before Christmas. It was his "Road To Christmas" show, so they did some of their songs as well as some covers. They did "King of the Road", an old Roger Miller tune, as well as "Country Road (Take Me Home)", "Free Bird", and "Highway To Hell". Quite the variety of songs. I had seen him one other time in 2011. As we were walking down the sidewalk to the venue where that show was taking place, we passed Mr. Keen himself walking the opposite direction. He was walking to a store to get some cigarettes for a couple of his band members. Friendly guy. We had just finished dinner at a local brewery and one of my buddies had went to take his left over pork chops to his car and missed the whole meeting with REK. That's why there's an uneven number of us in the picture. To this day, we still give him a hard time about that.

Bruce A. Smith:
Sweet, Parrot. Smile.

You are not allowed to view links. Register or LoginSweet, Parrot. Smile.

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My wife says the same thing Bruce. I never smile for photos, I just don't. If you see me smiling in a photo, it's because I didn't know someone was taking a picture.

Bruce A. Smith:
Oops, Parrot, I was smiling. I wasn't encouraging you to smile. The pix looks fine, regardless.

Bruce A. Smith:
Update on Book Sales

I just got the end-of-year totals from my publisher, Moonshine Cove.  Since November 10, 2021, Moonshine sold 59 paperbacks and 22 ebooks. Not too shabby for seven weeks, no?

Thanks to all of you who helped me get the word out.

BTW: I hear there is going to be a DB Cooper Beer-Bash in Portland on February 1. Anyone here going? I'll be there.


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