Monday, June 20, 2005

Big small world

I'm tracking some bass on a couple of projects this week, both produced by good friend and fellow Normalite Andrew Osenga . His solo records are fantastic, and he's been playing with the band Caedmon's Call for the past couple of years. In his spare time he produces and writes songs, among other things. Though we grew up in the same town, about 4 years separate us in age and we didn't really know each other until he came to Nashville...its a big small world after all.

I received some special treatment for Father's Day yesterday, sleeping in an extra hour or so (I'll take what I can) and waking up to a hot breakfast made special for me. We went to the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge, which crosses the river from our side of town into the downtown district. Sam loves to look at the train, boats, football stadium, cranes and miscellaneous construction vehicles, and talk to the strangers walking by. The rest of the day he tells everyone about this experience...especially the fire department boat.

Back to playing bass and making music one note at a time.


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