We got together with Joshua McQuilkin and made a music video for our song “Nobody Follow Me.” It was a great experience and Joshua was a very easy person to work with. We played the song live during two mornings at the Denver Art Society, then Joshua took it from there, enlisting the help of actress/model Shanna Grace and the straight-up beauty of Colorado. We hope you enjoy it.
Wish us luck (Jess especially) as we prepare to welcome our baby girl, Ayda, into our lives. And feel free to let us know if we start writing really corny songs about how much we love our daughter. We really don’t want that to start happening. Nobody wants that. See ya soon.
We could think of no better picture to share the good news. Yes, she is. And it's a girl. Her wish? An entire weekend of yard work.
Oh electric guitar, how you complicate things. Is there a word that means fun, frustrating, expensive, and never-ending?
Tonight we got home and felt tired and elated. Tired from the work it takes and elated because of the encouragement we get from all of you. It’s not just in kind words you say to us, it’s in the bobbing of your head and in your holler and applause, and it’s in hearing our words sung back to us, and of course in your very presence in the room. And even if you can’t see us play live often or at all, we are touched by your messages, listening, and support – never think it goes without notice and appreciation. You are what allows us to be what we must be.
Many thanks to all of you,
P.S. Good news: Banjo was a champ handling the 8 hours home alone.
Bad news: It’s 3:37 in the morning and he wants nothing but to play in the snow.
He earned it.