So the Baltimore show of the "Blues is Alright" tour for tonight got cancelled at the last minute, and as I was already reviewing Tego Calderon Friday night I had to miss the DC show. Ugh. I've seen Bobby Bland and Clarence Carter before, but not Mel Waiters, Latimore, Shirley Brown, or Marvin Sease.
― curmudgeon, Sunday, 30 March 2008 15:23 (5 years ago) Permalink
The Blues Foundation's Blues Music Awards just keep getting bigger and better. More than 65 of the 2008 Blues Music Awards nominees have already confirmed their attendance for the 29th edition of the biggest night in Blues music. The Awards will be presented at the Grand Casino Event Center in Tunica Resorts, Mississippi on Thursday May 8.
From the Boogie Report e-mail
― curmudgeon, Tuesday, 6 May 2008 16:02 (5 years ago) Permalink
Also from the Boogie Report, a top 20:
1.-1.My Life Omar Cunningham
2.-2.Grown And Sexy The Problem Solvas featuring Sir Charles Jones
3.-3.Keep On Swinging Bigg Robb
4.-5. Never Miss A Good Thing Sir Charles Jones 5.-4.A Woman Knows Willie Clayton
6.-6.Never Take A Day Off Ms.Jody
7.-7.Im gonna Slap Yo Weave Off Nellie Tiger Travis
8.-9.Pay Before You Pump Denise Lasalle
9.-10.When You Pack Bags Vick Allen
10.-8.Pop That Middle Theodis Ealey
11.-10.Bobby Rush For President Bobby Rush
12.-12 Booty Roll Steve Perry
13.-15.Voice Mail Mr.Sam featuring Floyd Taylor
14.-* .I'm Coming Home Marvin Sease
15.-*. You're The Best Kenne Wayne
17.-15.12 steps for Cheaters Mr.Sam
18.- *. I Believe in you Rue Davis
19.-11.Rockin This Boat -Bobbye Johnson
20.-16.Older Woman Pat Cooley
― curmudgeon, Tuesday, 6 May 2008 16:03 (5 years ago) Permalink
May 08 Soul Blues Charts-
this month/ last month/ title/ artist/label
1 1 Time Served Omar Cunningham Soul 1st
2 NEW I'm A Woman Nellie "Tiger" Travis CDS
3 2 My Tyme Willie Clayton Malaco
4 8 Bigg Robb Presents: Blues Soul & Old School Various Artists Over 25 Sound
5 NEW Don't Hate Big Cynthia Hearon
6 7 I Never Take A Day Off Ms. Jody Ecko
7 3 Shot From The Soul Lee "Shot" Williams CDS
8 4 Time To Relax...Love, Life & Relationships Wendell B. Smoothway Ent.
9 6 Popcorn Man Patrick Green ACB
10 5 Groove You Mose Stovall Soul 1st
11 NEW What's Wrong With Our Love?** Mystery Man Ecko
12 10 Back 'Atcha Latimore LatStone
13 12 Southern Woman Pookie Lane Allison
14 9 Man Up Stan Mosley CDS
15 NEW It's You I Need Cicero Blake Hep' Me
16 11 For Your Love: The Best Of Sir Charles Jones Mardi Gras
17 13 You Still Got It Floyd Taylor Malaco
18 14 Undisputed: The Album T.K. Soul Soulful
19 15 Songs People Love The Most Vol. 1 Carl Marshall Unleashed
20 16 Bruce Billups Southern Soul Mix CD RE-LOADED Various Artists Make Cents
21 17 Pay Before You Pump Denise LaSalle Ecko
22 22 Come Back Kind Of Love Roni Allison
23 19 It Must Be Love Lenny Williams Lentom
24 20 Can't Stop Me Carl Sims Ecko
25 23 Men Cry Too The Manhattans SDEG
26 18 You've Got Me Donnie Ray Ecko
27 21 Goin' Back Home O.B. Buchana Ecko
28 NEW 2 Sides Of A Man** Stevie Jay Hep' Me
29 28 Baby Please Come Back Home (EP)* Vick Allen Waldoxy
30 25 The After Party Charles Wilson CDS
31 31 I'm The Man You Need Theodis Ealey Ifgam
32 34 Thank You For Holding On Sir Charles Jones Jumpin'
33 45 Love Bomb Wilson Meadows BGR
34 38 It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over J. Blackfoot JEA Music
35 29 Sex-Rated Blues** Various Artists Ecko
36 46 Sings TK* Gwen McCrae Henry Stone
37 35 Why Me?** Reggie P Allison
38 26 I'm A Man On A Mission Willie Hill Ifgam
39 36 8 Tracks & 45s Bigg Robb Over 25 Sounds
40 32 Never Coming Home Betty Padgett Meia
― curmudgeon, Monday, 19 May 2008 02:04 (5 years ago) Permalink
Haha, I came across this thread yesterday after watching Johnnie Taylor sing "Jody's Got Your Girl And Gone" in Wattstax and then today I came across this http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2008/02/who-is-he-and-w.html
― James Redd and the Blecchs, Monday, 19 May 2008 02:38 (5 years ago) Permalink
The "Jody" songs are still happening, and now you have your response artist Ms. Jody (at least I'm guessing from her name)
― curmudgeon, Monday, 19 May 2008 03:02 (5 years ago) Permalink
Was out of town Saturday so I missed Roy C. with Gwen McCrae and Donnie Ray at Lamont's in Pomonkey. I like the Donnie Ray song that the Gator's been playing on Saturdays on WPFW. I think Theotis Ealey's gonna be at Lamont's June 14th with Big G from Richmond. Another good bill.
― curmudgeon, Monday, 26 May 2008 03:41 (4 years ago) Permalink
I wonder how that Gwen McCrae sings TK album is? I Should look for it on imeem or something...
― curmudgeon, Monday, 26 May 2008 15:11 (4 years ago) Permalink
June 14th---Theotis Ealey, Mr. "Stand Up Up in It" is at Lamont's in Pomonkey, Maryland during the day with the fine Big G from Richmond, and Millie Jackson is at the Warner Theatre in DC at night with Clarence Carter. Do you think more than a handful of the kids who go to see Sharon Jones & the Dapkings at indie-rock clubs will go to either gig. I doubt it. It's not marketed to them, and musically it's a bit different. Oh well, their loss. Both should be great gigs. Actually I might miss 'em both because of family obligations, so no point in me being snarky I guess.
― curmudgeon, Thursday, 5 June 2008 02:42 (4 years ago) Permalink
From the "Boogie Report" e-mail:
Radio Veteran/Legend Steve Ladd has passed away. Steve Ladd crossed over to the other side of life on July 20, 2008 at approximately 1:46 pm at he age of 63.
The Real Dr. as he was affectionately called by his listeners on KKDA-AM (730 AM) at Service Broadcasting in Dallas, Texas back in the 80's and 90's was currently an On Air Personality at America's Original Black Radio Station-The Legendary WDIA (1070 AM) in Memphis, Tennessee from 4:30 pm-6 pm on "What's On Your Mind Line" Monday-Friday and "All Blues Saturday" shows from 6:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
His voice was the epitome of an Original Old School Radio Disc Jockey that did not sound scripted, (in other words he did not sound like anyone else), he had a distinctive voice and style that put him in a class all by himself.
Some of his contributions include: Founder of 'The Johnnie Taylor Memorial Christmas Dinner' at The South Dallas Nursing Home, Founder of 'Hope for The Homeless', Founder of The 'Down Home Blues Happy Hour' at Booker's Arandas Club.
― curmudgeon, Wednesday, 23 July 2008 00:51 (4 years ago) Permalink
Ms. Jody's "Your Dog 'Bout to Kill My Cat," is great. You can vote for it---
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 2 August 2008 17:43 (4 years ago) Permalink
2008 Jus` Blues Music Awards Show
Thursday, August 7, 2008
The Historical Daisy 329 Beale Street
Downtown Memphis Tennessee
The 2008 Jus` Blues Music Awards Show will salute a number Blues & Soul music artists & industry professionals for their artistry, outstanding accomplishments and significant contributions to the genre.
The 2008 Jus` Blues Music Awards Show voting period is NOW OPEN. For a limited time, members and patrons of JusBluesMusic.com can vote online for their favorite artist, song, radio DJ and various other categories.
All the public tallies will be rendered and submitted with the Jus` Blues Music Selection Committee. The nominee(s) with the most submissions will be the winner of the particular category. The 2008 Jus` Blues Music Awards Nominee categories are following and the Voting Ballot link is right HERE or visit the Jus Blues Music Foundation ( http://www.jusbluesmusicfoundation.org ) for more information.
2008 JUS` BLUES MUSIC AWARDS SHOW
CATEGORIES and NOMINEES
Best Blues & Soul Radio Show
(Radio Personality Award)
Ragman - WMPR - Jackson, MS
Cousin Lenny - KNON - Dallas, TX
Rojene Bailey - WALR - Atlanta, GA
Syreio Hughes - WGNL - Greenwood, MS
Slick Rick - KTSU - Houston, TX
Joe P. Washington - WDIA - Memphis, TN
Best Blues & Soul Internet Show
"Little Milton " Campbell Guitar Award
(Outstanding Guitar Player)
Billy Ray Charles
Lil' Ray Neal
Al Coffee McDaniel
Best Juke Joint Award
(Best Blues & Soul Club)
Sha-Max – Detroit , MI
Velma's Place - San Francisco , CA
B.B. Kings Blues Club - Memphis , TN
Club Couples - Jackson , MS
The Palace - Little Rock , AR
Ground Zero - Clarksdale , MS
Best Blues Soul Song Of The Year - Male
Willie Clayton - “A Woman Knows”
Sir Charles Jones - “For Your Love”
Theodis Ealey - “Pop That Middle”
Latimore – “My Give A Damn”
T. K. Soul - “It Ain't Cheating”
Floyd Taylor – “You Still Got It”
Best Blues Soul Song Of The Year - Female
Bettye Padgett – “I Ain't Never Coming Home Again”
Pat Cooley - “The Older Woman”
Denise LaSalle – “Mississippi Woman”
Ms. Jody – “Your Dog Bout To Kill My Cat”
Ms. Monique – You Did It To You” Live
Nellie "Tiger" Travis – “Baby Mama Drama”
Jus` Blues Music All Star Award - Male
Greg A. Smith
O. B. Buchana
Jus` Blues Music All Star Award - Female
Peggy Scott Adams
B B Queen
Best Blues & Soul Label Of The Year
B & J Records
Blues Soul Woman of the Year
Blues Soul Man Of The Year
Best New Southern Soul Artist Of The Year - Female
Lola - "I Got Feet"
Bobbie Johnson - "Rocking This Boat"
The Duchess - "Doin' My Job"
Lacee - "Groove"
Sweet Angel - "Another Man's Meat On My Plate"
Mashaa` - "Someone Else's Bed"
Best New Southern Soul Artist Of the Year - Male
Mr. Sam - "12 Steps 4 Cheaters"
Lebrado - "Fire"
Tyree Neal ft Sir Charles Jones - "Whiskey & Beer"
Fred Bolton - "Must Be Jelly"
Mose Stoval - "Groove You"
Pookie Lane - "Southern Woman
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 2 August 2008 17:47 (4 years ago) Permalink
But who sings "You Can't Watch a Pussycat 24 hours a Day" ?
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 2 August 2008 17:51 (4 years ago) Permalink
Here's the Ms. Jody track:
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 2 August 2008 18:01 (4 years ago) Permalink
Willie Clayton "Three People" is pretty nice too.
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 2 August 2008 18:05 (4 years ago) Permalink
I should probably get the Ms. Jody one
1 NEW My Story Sir Charles Jones Mardi Gras
2 NEW Keepin' It Real Jeff Floyd Wilbe
3 NEW Transformation Wilson Meadows M & M/Brimstone
4 NEW I'm A Bluesman's Daughter** Sheba Potts-Wright Ecko
5 2 Your Love Is A Bad Habit Reggie P Rude Boy
6 NEW Southern Soul & Party Blues Vol. 1** Various Artists CDS
7 NEW Still Standing The Soul Children JEA Music
8 11 Love Chronicles Archie Love JEA/Loveland
9 5 Time Served Omar Cunningham Soul 1st
10 3 My Tyme Willie Clayton Malaco
11 2 Bigg Robb Presents: Blues Soul & Old School Various Artists Over 25 Sound
12 NEW The Don Of The Blues Chick Willis CDS
13 4 You're The Best Kenne' Wayne Good Time
14 6 I Never Take A Day Off Ms. Jody Ecko
15 NEW Voicemail Mr Sam MiLaja
16 8 I'm A Woman Nellie "Tiger" Travis CDS
17 13 Back 'Atcha Latimore LatStone
18 12 Shot From The Soul Lee "Shot" Williams CDS
19 18 You Still Got It Floyd Taylor Malaco
20 21 Man Up Stan Mosley CDS
21 7 Return Of The Legend Rue Davis Boom Town
22 9 Don't Hate Big Cynthia Hearon
23 10 Lay It Down Al Green Blue Note
24 NEW Handle Your Business Sweet Angel Ecko
25 15 Bruce Billups Southern Soul Mix CD RE-LOADED Various Artists Make Cents
― curmudgeon, Thursday, 7 August 2008 02:57 (4 years ago) Permalink
Just discovered that Chick Willis of Stoop Down, Baby fame is at Lamont's in Pomonkey, Maryland. I like him.
― curmudgeon, Sunday, 14 September 2008 01:21 (4 years ago) Permalink
Heard a nice Lee Shot Williams track and a Miss Jody number. I love this stuff.
So Bettye Lavette's gonna be at the Bluebird Fest at PG Community College on Sunday. The Holmes Brothers are gonna be there also. This is different than her usual locales for her DC area appearances (this one is less upscale).
― curmudgeon, Wednesday, 24 September 2008 11:34 (4 years ago) Permalink
Sheeba Potts Wright-"Slow Roll It"
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 27 September 2008 20:34 (4 years ago) Permalink
That should be "Sheba." She's from Mississippi and is on Ecko. "Slow Roll It' is a cover that she did in 2001. I also like her "Bluesman's Daughter' from her latest cd, plus "Private Fishing Hole," and "Whaere's the Party At."
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 27 September 2008 20:57 (4 years ago) Permalink
Her father is a performer also--Dr. Feelgood Potts
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 27 September 2008 20:58 (4 years ago) Permalink
I think both Sir Charles Jones and Lee Shot Williams have songs out called "It's Friday". I gotta figure out which is the one I heard and liked.
Other current faves of mine include Mr. David "Fatback and Collard Greens," and Carl Simms "I Like This Place."
― curmudgeon, Sunday, 28 September 2008 15:58 (4 years ago) Permalink
Is that Cupid re-doing Shirley Ellis' "The Clapping Song" (from '65)
3, 6, 9The goose drank wineThe monkey chewed tobacco on the streetcar lineThe line broke, the monkey got chokedAnd they all went to heaven in a little rowboat
The Ladies and GentlemenAbout to make you feel alrightI've got the beat to move your feetPlus I know just what you like
3, 6, 9.
the monkey got choked, they all went to heaven in a little row boat
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 11 October 2008 19:58 (4 years ago) Permalink
Heard a few more double-entendre numbers about fishing holes today.
Singer Lady Mary's having a dinner and show event down at Lamont's in Pomonkey, Maryland tonight. She was good but not great when I saw her there a few years back. Hardway Connection are gonna be there November 1st.
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 11 October 2008 20:02 (4 years ago) Permalink
I need to research all those recent songs about fishing holes and write about 'em somewhere. How to do so without sounding tawdry is the question.
― curmudgeon, Friday, 24 October 2008 12:27 (4 years ago) Permalink
Every Wednesday in October, the historical WDIA-AM in Memphis, TN sponsors the world famous "Juke Joint Tour." Moving away from the traditions of the past, the tour will not travel from club to club this time around. Sam's Town Casino in Tunica, MS. outside Memphis will be the host venue for this year’s tour.Each Wednesday night numerous Southern Soul artist will perform in front of over 3,000 fans. We know Marvin Sease and Willie Clayton will headline one of the Wednesday nights this month.
Bobby O'Jay told the Chittlin’ Circuit he is excited and pleased with the line up. Each night features a different set of artists. WDIA’s Juanita Burton and Jackie Ward are the main coordinators and they made every effort to make sure each Wednesday night is enjoyable and entertaining. from chitlincircuit.com
http://www.chittlincircuit.com/ Theyve got their own interactive radio thing and more
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 25 October 2008 14:38 (4 years ago) Permalink
TOP TEN "BREAKING" SOUTHERN SOUL ALBUMS: OCTOBER 2008
Based on September Sales & Airplay As Compiled By
1. Who's Got The Power-----------Marvin Sease (Malaco) CD
2. Me Loving You---------------Mr. David (Waldoxy) CD
3. Remix Album----------------Team Airplay All Stars (Team Airplay)
4. My Story-----------------Sir Charles Jones (Mardi Gras) CD
5. Transformation-------------Wilson Meadows (M & M) CD
6. Keepin' It Real-------------------Jeff Floyd (Wilbe)
7. Still Standing-----------------The Soul Children (JEA)
8. Look At What You Gettin'-------------Bobby Rush (Deep Rush)
9. Time Served ---------------------Omar Cunningham (Soul 1st) Time Served CD
10. I'm A Bluesman's Daughter-----------------Sheba Potts-Wright (Ecko I'm A Bluesman's Daughter CD
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 25 October 2008 14:49 (4 years ago) Permalink
Author's Forward: June 30, 2008
It's too early to etch anything in granite, but your Daddy B. Nice has a hunch Chick Willis's single "Obama" ("Tell Me Why You Like Obama")--from his new CD The Don Of The Blues--will captivate Southern Soul and chitlin' circuit blues deejays the same way Robert "Dr. Feelgood" Potts' "My In-Laws (Ain't Nothin' But Outlaws)" did over the past six months.
(Bulletin: "Obama" by Chick Willis is the #3-ranked song on Daddy B. Nice's Top 10 "Breaking" Southern Soul Singles chart for July 2008.)
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 8 November 2008 17:09 (4 years ago) Permalink
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 8 November 2008 17:10 (4 years ago) Permalink
Listening to the Lee Shot Williams "Nothing but Party Blues" track from 2005 now. Very nice. The Gator is playing some good stuff on Wpfw right now. You can listen online.
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 8 November 2008 17:39 (4 years ago) Permalink
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 8 November 2008 18:25 (4 years ago) Permalink
That's right! We are pleased to announce that Otis Clay has agreed to join us on November 15th! In what promises to be the Soul event of the season, Otis will return to Memphis and join with old friends Hi Rhythm to pay tribute to our man O.V. Wright. This rare and intimate club appearance (his first with Hi Rhythm in over 15 years!) promises to be the talk of the town, and tickets will be going fast! I wanna fly to Memphis for this http://www.ovwright.org/
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 8 November 2008 18:46 (4 years ago) Permalink
WDIA AM radio out of Memphis "America's Original Black Station" is streaming some great stuff now. Willie Clayton "Wiggle"---2 steps to the front, two steps to the back, now wiggle in the middle"
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 8 November 2008 19:42 (4 years ago) Permalink
Was reading somewhere about Chitlin circuit songwriting teams that Ecko use and have had the most success. I need to post about it later when I find it again.
― curmudgeon, Sunday, 9 November 2008 15:15 (4 years ago) Permalink
Heard lots of nice stuff streaming on WDIA Sunday. Good ol' Millie Jackson of course.
― curmudgeon, Monday, 10 November 2008 14:17 (4 years ago) Permalink
Awww man, while I'm doing a family Chanukah party December 27th, Sir Charles Jones is gonna be at Lamonts in Pomonkey, Maryland not that far away from where I'll be.
― curmudgeon, Thursday, 27 November 2008 04:58 (4 years ago) Permalink
I know there are UK soul fanatics but there don't seem to be too many on ILX and the ones that are don't seem to be interested in a thread with Chitlin in the title. La Dee Dah. As you were.
― curmudgeon, Thursday, 27 November 2008 14:41 (4 years ago) Permalink
Damn this Ms. Jody song I'm hearing now on WPFW (89.3 and online)is great--It's a dance song--"we were getting down in the club, doing the Ms. Jody thing" I love her voice and the synth beat is better than the standard Ecko type that soul fanatics sneer at.
Now he's playing a male vocalist singing "This party is a mutha y'all" with some line about booties in his face...
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 6 December 2008 18:16 (4 years ago) Permalink
Big Bootie Betty
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 6 December 2008 18:17 (4 years ago) Permalink
That's OB Buchanan drawling about Big Bootie Betty in his song "This Party is a Mutha Y'll" and I'm not sure what the Ms. Jody song is called.
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 6 December 2008 18:22 (4 years ago) Permalink
Listened to the Ms. Jody album. It's great
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 13 December 2008 16:35 (4 years ago) Permalink
It's a cd of the year even if you don't see it on any best of list except mine. If you like Denise Lasalle you should like Ms. Jody. Yes it's on Ecko, but the standard Ecko synth work is not annoying here
― curmudgeon, Sunday, 21 December 2008 17:48 (4 years ago) Permalink
The thread title now correctly spells Ealey's name. Thanks moderator
― curmudgeon, Sunday, 21 December 2008 18:20 (4 years ago) Permalink
Gonna miss Sir Charles Jones Saturday night at Lamonts in Pomonkey because of our family Chanukah party. I bet my blurb(revised by the editor a bit, grrrr) for it at dcist.com will inspire thousands to check it out. Ha. Lamonts still does not have a website.
Miss Jody cd is still sounding great. I just can't get the Ecko label production haters to give her a chance
― curmudgeon, Thursday, 25 December 2008 17:37 (4 years ago) Permalink
bluescritic.com southern soul voting poll
― curmudgeon, Sunday, 28 December 2008 18:33 (4 years ago) Permalink
CHOOSE One From Each Category
BEST Southern Soul, Rhythm & Blues Album
WHO'S GOT THE POWER Marvin Sease MAN UP Stan Mosley TIME SERVED Omar Cunningham I'M A BLUESMAN'S DAUGHTER Sheba Potts-Wright I'M A WOMAN Nellie 'Tiger' Travis MY STORY Sir Charles Jones KEEPIN' IT REAL Jeff Floyd TRANSFORMATION Wilson Meadows SWEET SEXY SOUL Will Easley I NEVER TAKE A DAY OFF Ms. Jody LOVE IS A BAD HABIT Reggie P RETURN OF THE LEGEND Rue Davis YOU'RE THE BEST Kenne' Wayne LOVE CHRONICLES Archie Love THE UPRISING Clarence Dobbins STILL STANDING The Soul Children SOUTHERN SOUL COUNTRY BOY O.B. Buchana
Southern Soul Blues Song Of The Year
A WOMAN KNOWS Willie Clayton IT'S FRIDAY (TIME TO GET PAID) Lee 'Shot' Williams I'M COMING COME Marvin Sease FIRE Lebrado ENERGIZER BUNNY Ms Jody LOCK MY DOOR Jeff Floyd MY LIFE Omar Cunningham WHEN YOU PACK YOUR BAGS Vick Allen I LIKE THIS PLACE Carl Sims OLDER WOMAN YOUNGER MAN Pat Cooley I'M A WOMAN Nellie 'Tiger' Travis STUCK The Rhythm All Stars OBAMA Chick Willis POPCORN MAN Patrick Green DA TWIST Team Airplay All Stars
― curmudgeon, Sunday, 28 December 2008 18:36 (4 years ago) Permalink
Alas my little preview item of Sir Charles Jones at Lamonts Saturday 12-27 was the only online mention of the event I could find (other than my posting here). As I was busy with a Chanukah party I did not make it and found no reviews of it anywhere. Sad. Guy can sing.
― curmudgeon, Wednesday, 31 December 2008 18:19 (4 years ago) Permalink
My edited preview item was at dcist.com (Editor substituted the word "sluts")
― curmudgeon, Wednesday, 31 December 2008 18:20 (4 years ago) Permalink
Not exactly chitlin circuit soul, but Skip Mahoney & the Casuals, and the Jewels (all female group that once toured with James Brown and had a minor '60s hit with "Opportunity Knocks") will be at the Chateau in DC inauguration weekend (the 17th I think) while the Delphonics will be doing a gig with Memphis Gold and others at a Crystal City hotel (forgot the name) on MLK day, the 19th.
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 10 January 2009 22:00 (4 years ago) Permalink
Lots going on in the area over that time period, if you can afford it. I wonder if Lamont's is doing anything special?
― curmudgeon, Saturday, 10 January 2009 22:02 (4 years ago) Permalink