Hey David, yes I love to play and sing gospel music, southern gospel, not so much into the new stuff. I play in Church every Sunday that we are at home. Just came back from near Columbia Tn. Stayed at an RV park at exit 46 on Interstate 65, had a really nice stage, where I played and sang, all by myself! Couldn't scare up any one else
Here's a link for the park:
Several people dropped by and listened and applauded, makes you feel good. Don't know if you are familiar with "Joey and Rory" they have a TV show on Dish RFD tv Wednesday nights at 5
m or you can google them. They live down in this area, really nice people.
Anyhoo, Marcy Jo, Rory's sister has a restaurant down at the end of Bear Creek Pike (99). South on I-65 exit 46 at the bottom of the ramp turn left go about 5 miles at the T you are staring at Marcy Jo's Meal house, we sure enjoyed our breakfast's and dinner there. Don't judge the book by its cover, you will be surprised. And get a piece of Elvis Cake MMMMM GOOOOOD as Gomer used to say
Would post a picture but they are on my laptop, if there is interest, I will post one later. BTW, I have a Gibson Studio, and a couple of different amps, a Roland Street cube that will run off batteries or ac, also take a couple of mic's, stands and music stands with me, also have a peavey mp-4 (older mixing amp 4 positions) instruments or vocals, and a couple of Audio Choice sound tech speakers on heavy duty stage stands, these have 10" speakers with horns.
Now if things are really serious, I might have my Fender telecaster, (Blackface) and my EJ 200 Jumbo by Epiphone and my Fender Precision Bass, not bragging just what I do. Love to play and sing, write my music (gospel) and sing the old hymns. I'm not that good and always willing to learn something new, still learning at 70 years young