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Sunday, November 21, 2010

2010 Nearing Year End

It's been a busy year with the great opportunity of writing, producing, and shooting online guitar instruction videos for I've enjoyed the experience immensley, especially with the release of my new guitar instruction book & DVD combo specializing in Piedmont Blues. We do have a special holiday price on that, so send an email to if you would be interested in checking it out.

The upcoming Thanksgiving holiday will have me performing my annual coffeehouse concert at Charles & Myrtle's Coffeehouse in Chattanooga, TN. Of course, as in all of the other shows for the last year and a half, we will be recording that night and will have CD's available on the spot. The next night will take me to the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville for the Sunday Night Writer's Night. It is an honor to have been accepted into this lineup. The Bluebird is the top songwriter showcase in Nashville, and to be there is very important step in anybody's career. The night consists of 8 to 10 songwriters performing 3 songs, and then the evening is highlighted by an established hit songwriter. I always stay the whole night. While in Nashville, I will be going into the studio at Pitch Perfect Recording to start work on the video for my song, Shame On You Delta. It will further continue my ongoing displeasure with Delta Airlines. Of course, I will be recording a new song about the legendary Andy Rooney, and one on my good friend and award winning BBQ man, Sam Huff, called Sam The Bar B Que Man.

On December 3, I will begin my duo tour with Willie "Big Eyes" Smith for some dates in Chillicothe, IL., Coshocton, OH, Chambersburg, PA., and Hanover, PA. This is our third tour together, and it is the real Blues simplified. Check the schedule at for more information.

The coolest thing happening now is the estalishing of my own online radio station, Hurricane Wilson Radio. It is set up under the auspices of Indie Mad MP3 Radio. To listen, go to You can be come a member, and become a member you should at It is truly digital music for a digital world.

I wish you the best for a Happy Thanksgiving holiday. As 2010 comes to a close, there is truly much to be thankful for.

Until next time,


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