November Austin Steel Guitar Co-op

The Austin Steel Guitar Co-op was a real show topper with Herb Steiner doing a set with special guest Hugh Sparks, Gus Brown and myself,
Herb included a follow up with an interesting question and answer segment.
The regular local players are just astounding, Dave Biller, Roy Glaze, Dave Goodman, Olin Melton, Many others…
Gus Brown on drums, Jim Hiles, Bass , L.C. Parker and many more.
We have quiet a number of singers that vary greatly and all have such a high level of quality it seems like one will over shadow the rest but they are all just fantastic and that’s it.
Curtis Alford did a very nice set, as did Trey Stapleton, L.C. Parker,
Sam Bentley and Olin Melton, brought some serious guitar picking and singing.
Sam Bentley Band Website
A special treat was when Patti Wood got up and played bass…. Very smoothly, but when she began to sing her set it was for me a jaw dropping experience.
I hope to be seeing more of her and I believe we will.
I must add it was a great honor for me playing guitar with Herb Steiner and it would have gone well except, I find that the big hook is a bit distracting, chasing me around on stage, ^_^
The Austin Steel Guitar Co-op is such an amazing gathering of folks having fun with lots of Pedal Steel, it really is a must do…
Next month will include the regular Steel Guitar Jam and rumor has it that something very exciting is going to happen…
The Austin Steel Guitar Co-op meets the 2nd Sunday afternoon each month at the 290 West Dance Hall.
Thanks to 290 West Dance Hall, J.D. Faron and  The Disciples of Twang
Thank You to Herb Steiner and visit  Herb Steiner’s Website

Support Austin Steel Guitar Co-op by clicking on our musicians friend links

The Austin Steel Guitar Co-op Website

Thank You

Ken Metcalf


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: