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Road trip to Idaho

Just got back from Idaho, had a lot of fun; met some really awesome people. All I can say is I'm glad to be back in Vegas, the temp was 54 degrees at night. We didn't bring jackets so, I won't start complaining. We did have a few hour to visit some nice places and do some sightseeing in Boise the Capitol building is off the hook.

2010 Updates

We are excited about what is happening with us this year. We have been bless to perform at places where we feel we are making a little difference, rather it is giving a message of hope to our fans or just meeting outstanding people. We are ready to book tours overseas and locally of course. We are working on our second CD which will be out later this year, hopefully. We hope to expand our fan base globally and do some really big concert in the US. We are more than ready to move to the next step. This is our season to really make an impact in this industry and we plan to give it all we have.

On the road again

We have been so busy lately; we just got back from Nashville. Yes we drove 3600 miles to and from Las Vegas to Nashville straight through. We did a showcase for Band with a Mission; it was an experience we don’t want to re-live. Reggie was sick with the flu the whole ride down; we stuffed him with a lot of cold medicine and a lot of prayer. By the time we arrived in Nashville, Suzzi and Allen both got painful earache, so there was no going out for sightseeing, not to mention everyone was totally exhausted. Up until the time to performed, Reggie still didn’t get his voice back. So we decided to do our best with what we had, then at the very moment, of the first note, Reggie voice was completely healed (Hallelujah). We did our performance, received good comments and drove straight back to Vegas from the venue. Just when we thought all the troubles were all over. The border patrol officer decided to give us a hard time. The patrol officer told us if we didn’t have any band pictures or CD’s to show them, they were going to unload our instruments. Of course we didn’t have any on us, so we presented them with our band business card and they let us through. Home at last Yeah!!! All that means is back to writing new songs and working on next year’s tour schedule. Yes we love our job despite the trials that we face. We love what we do and we do it for the Lord and our faithful and dedicated fans. We want to give you guys our best, no matter what obstacle that is ahead.