QFRE: [Dixielandjazz] F2F AT FQF
TCASHWIGG at aol.com
TCASHWIGG at aol.com
Sat Apr 10 21:04:41 PDT 2004
In a message dated 4/10/04 3:13:32 PM Pacific Daylight Time, csuhor at zebra.net
Now I thought all ya'll bought them new fangdangled DJML Badges from Kurt
Bowermaster a couple of months ago, I was coming looking for them and if any of
em were visible on Purrty Wimmin I wuz gonna come over and say howdy and sit
and sip a spell.
I will be hangin' out around the Satchmo Brass Band Stage a lot all weekend,
I am auditioning a few horn players I intend to steal for my summer tour, so
if any of you might give two hoots or a holler look me up, I'll be happy to
meet and greet ya all.
If we get e real F2F together I'll try to be there of course, "Somebody has
to Spoil the Party"
Well I'll be easy to spot, Just look for a guy who looks a lot like Tom
Seleck's Daddy wearing a Saint Gabriel's Celestial Brass band T-Shirt, hand me a
Cold Beer and I'll be happy to talk to ANY and EVERY BODY :)) F2F or B2B
makes me no nevermind, I'm coming to Let the Good Times Roll. SHAMELESS
PROMOTION. Heck I might even give you a CD if the Beer is Really cold and the beer
tent is too far from the stage, ( Fat Chance of That), Heck just ask anybody
you see wearing a Red Saint Gabriel's T Shirt where I am, they will know. (
I'll have five ladies with me wearing them) ( My Posse) They Might be Blue
shirts on some days too, I have them in both colors).
On Second thought, Tom Seleck was looking a lot more like me the last time I
Yeah ladies he is getting Grey and a bit paunchy as well just like all of us
older Hunks, :)
The Old Grey Mares ain't the Only thing that ain't What they Used to Be.
But were still close enough for Jazz.
> That sounds like a good site to me, though I might not get there till
> around 10:20. Maybe a simple ID would also be good--a sticky-sized note
> clipped to our shirt pockets with DJML in dark print? That's a bit tacky,
> but who are we trying to impress? Besides, as an Orleanian, I claim tacky
> as part of my cultural heritage, Dawlin'.
> Charlie Suhor
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