Hello Mike & Kim!Thanks for writing - I am particularly excited as THE BAND is quantifiably my most fertile influence - yea twas a time when I considered myself Robbie incarnate.That was many years ago, but the neat thing about influences is how they steep within, even long after you've cease drawing upon them.Thank you for the blog entry! It's wonderful to be referenced ... and I love the color scheme on the site.I shall look forward to this evening all the more ..RegardsJOEL CAGE www.joelcage.com
Thanks, Joel! - Mike & Kim
Friday, May 9, 2008
Check out the great Joel Cage in Sunapee, NH @ the Sunapee Coffee House tonight @ 7 PM. He performs a great rendition of U2's Where the Streets Have No Name.
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Thursday, May 8, 2008
Bob is nominated for Male Traditional Blues Musician of 2008 and for Best Instrumentalist - Guitar. Bob will be performing at the award show with members of Muddy Waters' band, plus famous guests in Tunica, MS.
Check out Forever Legends (CA-based) for unique autographed vinyl memorabilia, including The Last Waltz, Basement Tapes, Brown LP & Nashville Skyline. Please be aware of authentication before purchasing. Rick Danko's former publicist, Carol Caffin, has stated that it doesn't truly appear to be Rick's actual signature on the Brown LP.
Wednesday, May 7, 2008
If you're ever in Woodstock, NY, located in between the Woodstock Cemetary (where Rick Danko is buried) & Woodstock Music, is a cool venue called the Colony Cafe. Many artists, including former The Band members have performed there. Check out the link below for the Cafe's history & upcoming events.
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
Monday, May 5, 2008
Bob is nominated for Male Traditional Blues Musician of 2008 and for Best Instrumentalist - Guitar Blues Music Awards. Bob will be performing at the award show with members of Muddy Waters' band, plus famous guests.