Very excited to tell you that our son, Christopher is in this band! They call themselves "The 7's" and they are just GREAT! Richard and I just saw them in another performance last night, Sept. 13th, and I hope to have some of the songs from that concert but for now, I have the song "Like A Twig" which was recorded back in July. (I LOVE LOVE LOVE this song...Christopher and Tim wrote the song together but I think that Tim told me last night when he heard me singing it as we left, "Your son wrote that melody!" Oh, wait, was that another song?...Hmmm...I can't remember, they are all catchy tunes!) Could they be the next great songwriting team? Let's hope so!
Now, Richard took this video with just our little camera, but I love how he tried to get all the members of the band in the clip...even though it was so incredibly dark at Smith's Olde Bar!
(Jim is on drums, Wes on the bass guitar, Christopher, with the red guitar and and Tim, with the blue guitar. ) Keep in mind this video was from the very first time they had EVER been on a stage as a band!! I think that they did a wonderful job, I thought they sounded very polished and professional. (Richard even moved the camera over towards the end of the song to show me enjoying the music, but it is so DARK, you can't see me, which is always a good thing, don't you know.)
The Sevens could really use your support. If you are on Facebook, please go to their Facebook page and "LIKE" them! And tell your friends too!! https://www.facebook.com/thesevensofficial
I am thanking you in advance. My blogging friends are just the best and I appreciate you more than you could ever know.
You will hear more about The Sevens from me , I PROMISE! :-)
Also, more to come about Arabia Mountain, Panola Mountain and the crazy squirrels in my backyard! Whoa, I don't know if y'all can stand the excitement!
Richard just had a birthday recently...here he is from last year with our son, and I took this photo on top of Arabia Mountain. My favorite guys on one of my favorite places on Earth! (I am going to tell C. that he needs to SMILE more while he is on stage. He has THE most beautiful smile, don't you think?)