Every Sunday I play guitar and sing bossa nova and jazz at a wonderful restaurant called Harissa Mediterranean Cuisine in Seattle, about a mile and a half northeast of the University of Washington. Harissa has wonderful food, delicious drinks, patio dining and even a dance floor. The staff is comprised of people from other countries, making it an international blend of personalities. When I look out into the restaurant and see friends, neighbors, and new faces, I feel happy to be part of the mix, and I t’s always a thrill to see people enjoying themselves while I kick back and play my favorite songs. I love my job!
Had an amazing time in Rosburg, Washington performing the World War II show on Sunday evening at the VFW Hall. Rosburg is a very small town near the Columbia River in southeastern Washington, and we received a warm welcome and performed to a full house of appreciative local folks. Afterword we stayed at the Columbia River Rest B&B with beautiful views of the water and wonderful hosts Cheryl and Dale Dutcher. Being a musician is a great life!
Excited to do our WW2 show tomorrow evening at 6:30 PM at the VFW hall in Deep River, Washington. Our Veteran Storyteller, Ray Puddicombe, who is 93, had a platoon buddy in the infantry from Deep River and his family members will be there to see the show. ( Hans Brehmer is wearing raise army jacket).