April Shows and Digging in the Dirt

Hello Sageheads!

April means the arrival of our new Henry's Hideaway  CD (the vinyl will take a couple more months to get here), the final mixing of AmeriKinda and a few fun shows.  

Also, beans taken from our plants a few years ago in Brisbane were recently discovered in a coffee cup in our Petaluma cupboard.  We planted them and they are growing!  Though we got them kind of mixed up, we'll know what we have when they actually turn into beans.  The bet is 90% 2 kinds of Fava, 10% Kentucky Wonder.  We also have some volunteers: 1 tomato plant, and 3 baby corn stalks (unless they turn out to be weeds).   The solar vibration things seem to be scaring away the gophers though anyone walking by will think their phone is ringing. One potato plant may survive.  Also, diatomaceous earth is my new best friend.  

Speaking of food, we are loving doing our dinner duo thing the first Thursday of every month at Roxx on Main in Martinez, but since it's mid-April, we'll have to take a whoops on that one and say we'll be there on May 9, 6-9 pm

In the North Bay, come on out to HopMonk Sebastopol for locals Wednesday, with our North Bay Wingmen (Sean Allen, Dave Jess, and Russ Gold) on the 24th, 5:30 - 8 pm.  

In the East Bay on Thursday April 25, 6:30 - 9 pm, don't miss Henry playing in a piano summit with Aemonn Flynn and Greg Rahm at Lucca's in Benicia. 264 keys at once!

Down the coast,  join the usual mayhem of the Orkestra at San Gregorio Store on Sunday April 28, 2 - 5 pm.  Joining Henry and Kathleen are the usual suspects David Phillips on steel, Ken Owen and John Pearson on drums and percussion, respectively, and Dave Golia on bass.

That's it for now!  We have to go back to trying to figure out the order of songs for the Ameri-Kinda CD. 

See you soon!

Kathleen & Henry

PS Kathleen wants to give a special shout out to the Kehoe-Sikes Syndicate for letting her sing Judas Priest's Breaking the Law with them at Lucca's the other day.  Highlight of my life!  Truly. 

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