What a great weekend. There will be a break from winter from time to time here in Colorado now that it is March. We usually enjoy a mix of warmer weather mixed with more snow than has fallen all winter. I like it! After taking a day off on Friday I met up with my friends from Better Than Bacon and stayed in Fraser, Colorado. I sat in with them on Saturday afternoon (outside) at the Winter Park Ski Village and played some electric guitar, something I don't get to do much anymore. Time spent with these guys is always fun. We played with heaters on stage, no problem for Better Than Bacon since they are a hearty band. After the show we stayed in Fraser again and with the mountain air and a long day outside, eveyone was knocked out pretty early. Sunday morning I was off to Boulder to play some songs for the KGNU public radio fundraiser. I visited with the host of Indian Voices, Theresa Halsey for a bit and played about 5 songs from Sing It Louder. Theresa has hosted the show for 27 years. That is pretty impressive huh? I've known Theresa for years and she has always been very supportive of my musical endeavors. Check out her show and write a check to KGNU! Listen to that March 4th performance here: http://www.kgnu.org/indianvoicesarchives This week I will take some time to work on songs and get ready for a trip to North Carolina with the Pura Fe Trio. We are playing in Pembroke, check out the link and if you are nearby come check out the show. http://www.uncp.edu/gpac/special/index.htm Later in the month I will travel back to North Carolina to play some shows with Leyla McCalla as she takes a break from her heavy touring schedule with the Carolina Chocolate Drops to dedicate some time to her own music. Her upcoming release from the Music Maker label will be a good one. We will play at the Hamilton in Washington DC and back in NC for a WUNC North Carolina Public Radio show 'The State Of Things', as well as another show at the Carrboro Art Center near Charlotte.