Thursday, June 19, 2003
Great concert last night with Mack Bailey at Baldwin's Station, a fancy gourmet restaurant in a restored former train station in Skyesville MD. Trains still use the tracks, and last night there more trains than usual. I will write more on the concert very soon. It will take a little time to write up just the set-list....
Meanwhile I just got emails telling me about 2 concerts I can't attend tomorrow on Friday June 20. Tomorrow night, Andy and Denise, who I saw on Sunday, will be at the
333 Coffeehouse in Annapolis and Rachael Cross and others will be at
the Focus Inn at the Potter's House, Columbia Road area of DC. These are people and venues I have enjoyed in the past. Hope others enjoy the music - I will be elsewhere with friends.
And I will miss the Baltimore Songwriter's Association (BSA) free outdoor concert in Patterson Park, Baltimore MD on Saturday June 21 from 11 Am to 7 pm. (You can get concert info from firstname.lastname@example.org.) When we went before we had a great time, and I think my husband can make it on Sat. He has the schedule - he may try to see Richard Broadbent at 12:10 since we enjoyed seeing him last week, or our friends Paul Harrisonat 2pm, Nita Callihan and Paul Iwancio at 2:40 & 3:15 (who we recently saw on MD Public Television), or John Seay at 4:20. Of course part of the charm in going is hearing all the other talent we haven't heard yet. Eliot Bronson and We're About Nine where there when we went before (was that last year or the year before?)
I do plan to go Wednesday, June 24 to hear one of our favorites, Eliot Bronson, at a free concert from noon to 1pm at University of Maryland in Baltimore Country (UMBC), Catonsville Md, in the COMMONS which is an open area in the student union. We get to hear Eliot twice next week. YES!