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 […]

It’s Goodbye to 2019 and Hello to 2020 ……. Before I put on my blinders and go charging into the new year I would like to point out a couple of “mile markers” on my road through 2019.   2019 was a good working year for us, we did a lot of shows and saw a […]

So, good news on the John Denver front, the official John Denver REALLY BIG coloring book is here! YAY! Okay, I should probably be more excited, but I’m not.  On one hand, it’s always good to hear when the John Denver Estate comes out with a new collaboration (this is more like a COLOR-bration, haha!)  […]

For those of you who have been feverishly following my scrapple story from last September: https://www.jimcurrymusic.com/scrapple-please/ Here’s the update:  I FINALLY GOT ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY TO TRY SCRAPPLE!! You can see the photo for proof, I dutifully took a picture of my plate.  I don’t usually post pictures of my food but this was a big […]

Touring The Heartland

26 September 2019

Last month, we started a string of shows for concert associations throughout the Midwest and upper Midwest.  We will be touring through the end of October – doing our concerts in very rural areas.  For us, this means a LOT of driving!  If we are lucky, the distance between venues might be a few hours, […]

Potato Bug!

27 August 2019

I Have Been Spending A LOT Of Quality Time in My Backyard……. I (Anne Curry) solemnly made a vow this year to eliminate all of the Bermuda grass and nut grass in the yard and replace it with a cornucopia of organic delicious vegetables.  That was the idea anyway….. The reality is that both Bermuda […]

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.

"I’ve been booking bands here for eleven years and yours was the first standing ovation! We want you back next year!"

Sherry Murphy
City of Dana Point, CA

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