Government Cheese fans know, "It's Not Too Late" - and it's not too early to be thinking of a Valentine's Day Weekend treat for you and your better half.
C'mon back to BOWLING GREEN, KY on Sat., Feb. 12, 2011....and ...Celebrate the release of the NEW 2-CD "Government Cheese: 1985-1995" definitive 43-song anthology.
GOVERNMENT CHEESE Full Band Reunion Event!
Sat., Feb. 12, 2011 -- Show Starts at 9:00 pm! @ Ellis Place / State Street Pub 700 State St. Bowling Green, KY 42101 http://www.ellisplacestatestreetpub.com/ 270-846-0210
TICKETS GO ON SALE TODAY, Dec. 1, 2010! Details: Buy Tickets & Reserve Tables at the venue direct here: http://www.ellisplacestatestreetpub.com/ and at Great Escape-Bowling Green for CASH ONLY http://www.thegreatescapeonline.com/bowlinggreen.php
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LISTEN TO the NEW 2-CD Anthology & Purchase CHEESE GEAR: http://www.Reverbnation.com/governmentcheeseofficialbandsite http://www.Twitter.com/NewGovtCheese http://www.TommyWomack.com http://www.BillyMackHill.com
It’s happening. After all these years, it is happening. “Government Cheese: 1985-1995” is being released today. Tuesday, October 26th. It’s real. It’s done. It's for sale. I’m looking at a copy of it right now. I haven’t had this feeling since the 28-month gestation of “Cheese Chronicles”, back in ’96 when I first held my own book in my hands. That was the last birth other than my child to compare with this one. It’s enough to make a grown man cry. Before I go any further, I have a list of names I want you all to feast your eyes on. Take your time moving from name to name, look at them lovingly, linger over them. Russ Riddle, John & Susan Branstetter, Lisa Frye Kinkel, John & Claire McClean, Dan Contreras, David “Skip” Walker, Tom Littlefield, Kenny Duvall, Scott Feinstein, John W. Chester, Mel & Polly Behney, Ginny Alden, Erin Meye. These are the people who between themselves gave me $2000, almost five years ago, and have been insanely patient and confident in me that I would eventually deliver on my end of the deal. It was a deal that began on a cold cloudy January afternoon. It was Super Bowl Sunday, 2006, I was sitting on the couch in the living room, watching the game; and I had one of those moments when you’re seized to do something and now’s the time to do it. I picked up the phone and called Scott Tutt. He was Government Cheese’s manager/producer back in the day, the man whom I portrayed in a not-too-terribly flattering light in my book, - and the man who owned the rights to our best-known records along with a ton of stuff in the can. ....more online at http://www.tommywomack.com