What Time Is It?

22 March 2021

What Day is it?  What Year? If you’re like me, one day rolls into another without much variance. While I wait (still on lockdown in California) the years, the months and the days roll into one another without fanfare.  It doesn’t matter what day you shop for groceries, what day you do laundry or what […]

What a year!  2020 started out with such promise, the world was our oyster (whatever that means…..) and we were so excited!  This was to be the best year ever for us, we had almost fully booked our calendar, including 3 tours and 4 symphony orchestras! Then there was Covid…… All of the gigs we […]

We are currently driving East, from Southern CA to Texas.  We just spent the night in Abilene, we’re headed for a show in Arlington, TX then on to shows in Ohio, Georgia and Minnesota. Does everybody get songs in their head about the cities they pass through when they travel?  It becomes quite annoying to […]

Here we are, 6 months into the Covid-19 Pandemic and it’s time to make a personal assessment of how we all have been affected by months and months of “new normal”. I remember in the beginning of the shutdown, posting a picture in my April blog of the empty shelves in the grocery store.  I […]

So we just got final cancellations of our August shows and half of September.  Believe it or not, a couple of people have written to me asking if we were still on tour….. WHAT???? We’ve been home “not on tour” since March.  There are no tours, no cruises, no theaters, no casinos, NOTHING allowed to […]

Good Advice for Protesters: This is the July Blog, which will publish right before, if not on July 4.  In light of Independence Day, I will admit to being a nerdy patriot.  I love the USA and I’m glad I live here. Every morning in grade school, I pledged my allegiance to the flag. In […]

Ah, those beautiful outdoor summer concerts!  We will miss some of them (if not all of them) this year!  It all depends on how long social distancing will be in place, so we wait and reminisce…… Outdoor concerts are unique, we have our own particular likes and dislikes when performing outdoors. For example: Dislikes: It’s […]

I’ve been informed that mentioning the name of the virus can lead to possible censorship in social media…..I’m not sure why, what the heck?  I don’t want to be censored so I won’t mention the name of the virus – better safe than sorry. My last concert was 3 weeks ago …and it is unknown […]

Row by Row

24 February 2020

I’m not going to call myself a gardener yet…. But I would certainly love to be one.  Growing vegetables is my passion, and I am in good company with those of you who are right now planning for the spring, looking over seed catalogs and starting plants indoors and waiting impatiently for “all danger of […]

People still ask if Jim had ever met John Denver….. It is still one of our most frequently asked questions (right after “Is that his REAL hair?”) So here is the story of how Jim (almost) met John Denver.  It’s a throwback blog because I wrote this in 2012.  The question still comes up, so […]

Testimonials

"It was one of the best programs we have had here and I hope you will come back up next year. The sound and look were perfect and my friends talked all night about how much enjoyment and sentiment your show gave us."

Bob Hartunian
Fawnskin, CA.

"As John Denver's former drummer and percussionist, working with Jim Curry has kept alive for me how it was playing with John. Jim has stayed true to John’s music and vision. It is a pleasure working with Jim and Anne Curry."

Richie Gajate Garcia
John Denver's Percussionist

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