Reflections of Nowhere
I have fixed auto wrecks for thirty years. If I'm ever going to catch a dream, I'd better start running. Long Alaskan winters leave time for introspection, which leads to reflection. Ketchikan, my home town, is the subject of the 'Bridge to Nowhere' congressional earmark thing, hence the album name, Reflections of Nowhere. I decided to get serious a few years back, bought a 16 track, and started recording my stuff. I've had a great time and learned a lot producing this C.D., and now it's time for the next step. The 'Escape from the Body Shop' Campaign has begun. I tried out for the Nashville Star competition, and made it through, but didn't get called for the show. I'm still going to Nashville later this year, kinda check thing out. I'm playing during my lunch break at a little kiosk in an arts mall for the tourists that pour off the cruise ships here. We get almost a million visitors during the summer. They wander by while I learn the finer points of the art of public performance. I hope to be playing in your town soon. Rudy.