Pandemic Pause

Thoughts from my home in Hayden Lake, Idaho

Well isn”t this something. I really did not plan on a worldwide pandemic to interfere with my 60shows60years quest but it most certainly has. Before I get on about myself, I wanted to take a minute to let each of you know that I am thinking about you and your families in these difficult times. Stay safe and look at these times as a re-set.

My last post was about 6 weeks ago from the Wolf Brothers shows in the Bay area. Boy that was a different time. Since then my travel and show schedule has been up ended. Here is my personal list of what has been postponed/cancelled for March and early April.

Phil Lesh and Friends; “Phils 80th Birthday Bash” Capital Theater Port Chester, NY

Allman Betts Band; Fox Theater Spokane, WA

Wilco; Paramount Theater Seattle, WA

Drive by Truckers; Fillmore San Francisco, CA

Railroad Earth; Mt Bachelor Ski Resort Bend, OR

I have a ton of upcoming shows in late May and early June but their fate is yet to be determined. Not sure where the rescheduled shows will land either.

Well now its couch tour time. Many bands have teamed with the Relix Channel and or Nugs.net to broadcast shows previously recoded and broadcasted earlier this year. It’s one way to get your concert fix. So if you have not taken advantage of this you should. Thank God for technology!

Couch tour with Widespread Panic on Nugs.net

Please be safe out their, FaceTime or Zoom your family and friends to stay connected. We will all come out the other side of this and then its back to enjoying the people we love and the things we love to do.

Ted

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One thought on “Pandemic Pause

  1. Hi Ted, Happy 60th Bday (yesterday)!!! Hope you had a great night Social distancing..haahaaaa. It was great to talk to you last night, you sounded like a happy 60 year old! Can’t wait to help you make up for your delayed concerts here in Seattle (Wilco and others). Thanks for your well wishes, Joe and I send it back at you brother, and love that you are still posting, helps us all feel connected. Love you Tara and Joe.

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