Blog or Newsletter?

2 September 2021

We Don’t Always Have a News Team to Help Us Get Out the News!

While riding across the great state of Texas in our trusty van Kirby (we call it Kirby because the van is so long you have to be extra careful making a turn, lest you catch the back wheel on a curb).

…..….Where was I? Oh yah, while riding (and sometimes driving) across the great state of Texas in our trusty van Kirby 2, I have PUH-LENTY of time to think about stuff.  This is the 5th time we’ve driven across our beautiful country this year.…. I’ve had lots of thinking time.  

I was just now thinking that some of my friends might not know the difference between my blog and my newsletter.  YOU are now reading my blog.  Here’s the breakdown:


  1. I write the blog once a month. 
  2. No signup is necessary to read my blog, just go to our website and read.
  3. I’m limited to 1 photo in each blog.
  4. The purpose of the monthly blog is to show that our website is regularly active, which might give us a higher priority in the internet search engine when random people use google search for a John Denver tribute act.
  5. You cannot get to the newsletter through the blog.


  1. I write the newsletter once a month
  2. You have to sign up to receive the newsletter – so the internet won’t think of me as a spammer.
  3. I put lots of photos in each newsletter
  4. The purpose of the monthly newsletter is to share more about our travels, share more photos, videos and give a monthly update to upcoming shows.
  5. You can click through to the blog from the newsletter.

There it is, the difference between the blog and the newsletter.  If you want to sign up for the newsletter you can find the sign-up spot on the bottom of our website home page.  It will ask for your permission, and ask to what email address you want the newsletter sent.   Jim and I really enjoy sharing our adventures with you!

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"I cannot wait for our market to hear Jim’s voice; it truly is spot-on and a beautiful tribute to John’s music."

Lori Kirby, Marketing Director
Capitol Civic Centre, Manitowoc, WI

"Curry makes you feel as if you are visiting him in his living room and his band shares the same warmth, which rolls out into the crowd…"

Michelle Mills
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin


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