Hi, Dan. It was great seeing you and Linda again at Peaceful Bend on Saturday. Quite a show! I look forward to hearing you play again before too long. "A Few Favorites" is still in pretty regular rotation for me. Now, where did you say you put that music book you were carrying?
Hi Dan, I might take in Winfield 2009 if I get into the contest, don't know whether or not Penny will come yet. Just wanted to say I really enjoyed picking with you and Scott Tischner this past July. Hope you and Linda can come to our New Years Eve party. Steve Kilby
Dan, the D21 is great. I A-B'd it with the D42 I got 2 years ago (which is a good one) and it has a drier tone, better note separation, doesn't ring as much but has more punch. I can't wait for it to open up, it sounds good already. I haven't been playing it much lately, but did a good bit right after I got it home.
Anyway, great to hear from you, hope you and Linda have a wonderful Christmas, Lauren says hello.
We are looking forward to June. Are you guys booked or just want to attend the festival? I think Wayne already has J. D. Crowe and the New South booked. I'll probably try to get into the guitar contest again and play a tune for the crowd. Get a free set of strings, haven't used the ones I got last June yet. Steve Kilby
Hi, Dan. Bob Dodd from Minnesota here. Any chance you'll make it down to Steeleville for the Peaceful Bend festival again this year? If so, let me know which day. Marilyn and I are planning on it, and it would be great to meet up with you guys again.
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