Here’s a little sherbet between courses, to clear the palate. Enjoy!
This video took on a life of its own last year. Even if you've already seen it, I guarantee Matt will put a smile on your face.
For all you Daisy Mayhem and May Erlewine fans, we went to a super -- but intimate -- little concert last night up in the hills. Way up in the hills.
The event brought together May and Seth from Michigan, with Rani Arbo and friends from various corners of New England. All were in great form.
Naturally, they sang Shine On, May Erlewine's stellar anthem. I told her how many Birds on a Wire readers love her song, and that is the truth! She promises to send a video soon for us to post and enjoy. Thanks, May!
Sorry all of you couldn't have been there. I know you would have enjoyed yourselves (as long as you were bundled up and dry). The night was cool to begin with, but then it rained on and off. Nobody seemed to mind. The food and music were superb.
The evening began with a clambake. An enormous amount of steamers, clam chowder, lobster, barbecued chicken, potatoes, corn, strawberry shortcake and berry pie was consumed. Dave and I might not eat again for a week.
I promise to put up video as soon as I can edit it but, in the meantime, here are a few shots I took of the festivities. Enjoy!
Here are the lyrics to Daisy May Erlewine's song, Shine On. I think you'll see why I find it perfect for all survivors, even those of us who simply made it to a certain age.
We went to hear Rani Arbo and her band Daisy Mayhem, the other night. As usual, we were not disappointed.
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