There are many things that are unmistakable in this life... You know it is your kid crying, that look you get from your significant other when you do something not agreeable, and then there is the smell of sugar and dreams. WELCOME TO THE FAIR! What whaaaaaat!! We all know that smell and the sounds of the clackity clack roller coaster held together with duct tape and prayers. Ha ha I kid, but do I?? We played the Central Park Stage and can I just say, what a time it was.
On Saturday night at around 2100 hrs, that's 9pm for you non military time folks, there was a short hiss from a speaker and a quick pop from a pick up and the night began. The County Line began it's performance with a bang! On a side note we also finished the show with a bang, Mark stepped on some power cords during a MVP guitar solo, but I fixed them so no harm no foul...;) Eddie's Cocktails was packed with familiar faces. The regular's had their place at the bar as loya
The County Line has come into the new age and is taking a shot at this new fan-dangled inter-webs. Check out the Facebook Page that is up and going. I am trying to get the Bandisintown thing working so that the shows well, show up on the calendar. Mike is figuring out the log in to help make that happen. The NAMI Walk on April 1st was a huge success and we were glad to be a part of it. We had a great time and we played for a little over an hour. " Mental health problems