I had a dream last night. Kyle MacDonald and I were on a whirlwind adventure in Fargo, ND, (with rock legend Alice Cooper, no less) having a great time.
In my vision, I flew home, got a few hours rest, and then ABC’s 20/20 was on my doorstep for an interview - asking me to play music for them.
Oh wait! That actually happened… It was definitely cool enough to feel like a dream, though.
ABC’s Don Dahler and Jeff Diamond were in Fargo with us over the Alice Cooper weekend, but they beat me to Phoenix.
(If only I hadn’t gotten in that scuffle with the po-po over not wanting to leave the tour bus...)
(ABC Producer Jeff Diamond, BoGeSo artist Jody Gnant and ABC Correspondent Don Dahler)
Alice Cooper had a lasting effect on all of us.
The morning started off with Jim Kent, and Brian Sepowitz showing up EARLY to set up for the interview. These guys were awesome! Totally professional. Waaaaay cool.
Jeff Diamond came very soon after, and the three of these guys rocked and rolled for the next two hours setting up.
Jim and Brian are local Phoenicians, and really great at what they do.
And, who woulda thunk that Don Dahler was a musician? You learn something new every day. Seriously, he plays really well.
Tammie Coe hooked us up with breakfast goodies for the occasion.
(For those of you that don’t know Tammie Coe, she’s an amazing pastry artist. Try the bouchon.)
It took about two hours for the set up to take place. It’s now 9:30 in the morning and then this becomes my reality for a few moments…
But, it does say slick.
Speaking of reporters, did you know they have their own notebooks?
It was news to me.
(Don Dahler’s “reporter’s notebook”)
We finished the interview and moved on to the performance of “Song in D”.
Wondering if you can tell me what I’m thinking here, ‘cause I haven’t been able to figure it out yet.
The 20/20 segment is supposed to air sometime in mid-June. But, we haven’t heard when, for sure.
Now would be a great opportunity to sign up on the mailing list, and I’ll let you know as soon as I hear anything. :)
I also wanted to take a moment to say thanks for all of the support guys!
It means the world to me. Drop me a line anytime by clicking here…
Until next time… smile. (It looks good on ya!)