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December 1, 2008 at 6:44 pm 1 comment

Elmos Too Blues Jam Sun 11/30/08

Elmos Too Blues Jam Sun 11-30-08

There’s nothing to make you feel like your little town is home than to come back just in time for the annual oyster roast and discover that even though it’s 11 p.m. you know nearly all the people there and they are still cooking up oysters and handing out drinks.

They also were sure to remind me about the blues jam at Elmo’s Too the next day. I had planned to rehearse with Fred Whiskin, so we just packed up in the car and drove on over for a fun evening of jamming the blues. It felt wonderful to be welcomed home with good friends, food, and music after travelling half way across the country and back this week.

Entry filed under: Jazz, reflections.

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  • 1. carolinepond  |  December 1, 2008 at 8:07 pm

    Welcome back little darlin. Glad you are home safe and sound playing music that you love. Hope to see you soon. Take care. Your friend, Caroline

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