Saturday, January 19, 2008

Very Kind


January 18th:
Touching Bass

The bass duo extraordinaire once known as "Like That" has come together with a new CD and is back in full force. This is culture, indeed, right smack in the heart of Jackson. Heather and Michael play an astoundingly tight show with bass trade-offs and harmonies that will keep you glued to their every song.


Kind words from the Nomad Bookhouse in Jackson -- they're a cool place to play - you sit in the front picture window (well, your back is to it), and play to people sitting around on couches, drinking coffee, studying, listening. The people are really kind and they talk with you and clap - and apparently their owner is VERY kind - I was laughing at this description because it's a little over-the-top. Also, I was like, "We have a CD?" Apparently, we do! ha!

P.S. Jumping back in with absolutely no reference to the scary experience of my last post -- I tried, but I couldn't capture the essence of it in words - ask me in person! I got through it!

8 comments:

Unkarik said...

Welcome back. Oh the challenge of living up to our introductions. I was once asked to do, with 60 seconds of prep/warning, a little moment of inspiration and then was introduced by one of our Indian doctors (insert thick Indian accent here): "...world renown motivational speaker..." Eager to ask Borders for your CD! Love ya'

cjs said...

YOU, GO!!!!

So glad I've had the pleasure of hearing Like That in person.

This is awesome! You should come to E.L.!

Kelle said...

Wow! And I'm related to you!!! If there's a CD, I want one! Wish I could be closer to come see you. Glad you are back in Blogland. We missed you!

Molly said...

Nice!

Kulio said...

Ha on the introduction!!

cjs, I'm definitely calling you next time we play in Lansing :-)

kelle I'm positive there's a little coffee shop in Naples that needs some sippin' music...

Diane said...

I wish I could have been there.

Joann said...

I am so sad that I didn't know my favorite duo was in my town!! :(

Joann said...

I am so sad that I didn't know my favorite duo was in my town!! :(