People STILL ask if Jim had ever met John Denver… is one of our most frequently asked questions – so please forgive me for repeating an old story that has been repeated before.  I originally wrote this story in 2012, but I updated it and posted it here so I can tell people to read […]

Tall Turkey Tale

29 November 2021

In honor of the traditional ”Texas Tall Tale”, I will tell you the story of a remote restaurant in a land called West Texas. True Story:    This past November, on our way to Lubbock we stopped at a diner in West Texas….a place full of character and authenticity.  There were statues of armadillos and longhorn […]

Gettin’ Bedazzled

27 October 2021

It is time for new jewelry.  I KNOW most of us girls like to wear sparkly things….but since I’m on stage quite a bit, I have a duty to all womankind to be as “bedazzily” as possible, right?…….That’s what I tell myself. Those of you who know me, know that my son owns a small […]

I wrote in my last blog that we have driven across this country 5 times this year.  Since then, Jim and I did one more trip – California to Georgia and Ohio, then back West to Colorado.  It wasn’t the greatest trip ever.  In fact, every long driving day we planned was made much longer […]

Blog or Newsletter?

2 September 2021

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 […]

Wooden Nickels

31 July 2021

I don’t know when I first heard the idiom, “Don’t take any wooden nickels” but I’ve heard it enough to remember the phrase and what it means.  Perhaps it was something Bugs Bunny said. The saying comes from the 1920s, and I wasn’t born quite that early so I figure I must have heard it […]

Words Are Fun!  Especially when they contradict each other…..One of the things I love most about songs is the way the words fit with the music.  I tend to prefer songs with lyrics over instrumentals, and I prefer words with music over poetry.  That doesn’t mean I don’t like instrumentals or poetry, I just prefer […]

We are going to find out first-hand what our future will be, as we venture into the unique experience of returning to live performance venues after a world-wide pandemic. Either by Government mandate, by committee or self-imposed, most of the venues (places where we perform) are still under restrictions – opening cautiously with limited seating […]

Despite stops and starts and bookings and cancellations, somewhere between wishful thinking and an abundance of caution, somehow there are signs that we will be returning to live concerts soon! There is a very important concert coming up April 30 – Friday night at 7:00 pm Western Daylight time.  This will be a live streamed […]

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 […]


"It was a real trip down memory lane. ... Jim Curry was over there sounding like John Denver. A couple of times I closed my eyes and went back 15 years. It was strange and cool at the same time.". . .

Pete Huttlinger
Played guitar for John Denver, Nashville, TN

"I have to tell you I don't know when we've enjoyed a show as much as we enjoyed yours. It just swept us away and we did not want it to end! You are all so gifted. And the music of John Denver speaks for itself. It touches the heart."

Julie Coletta,
Tiffin, OH


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