Chapel Hill, B’ham, Nashville

I have a lot to share about the last 2+ weeks but am running short on time right now so will just share this video from our day in Nashville. After having an awesome show in Birmingham and staying up too late with our dear friend and host Sonny, we sleepily drove to Nashville early morning to get to the Music Fog recording session. We all thought Music Fog was a radio station or web broadcast, or something, so when we got there and saw all the video cameras…well, I wasn’t too pleased since I was in my pajamas from the night before. Thankfully, they were amazing folks which made it all okay, and really enjoyable. So without further ado: Our “living room” performance 9/11/10: The first of 4 songs they filmed: The Way That It Goes

6 Responses to Chapel Hill, B’ham, Nashville
  1. Barb
    September 22, 2010 | 4:17 pm

    Looking good in your PJ’s, Susan! LOL! But who cares? You and the band sounded terrific!

  2. Keith Osterberg
    September 22, 2010 | 9:12 pm

    Beautiful. I just wish you weren’t hiding those lovely eyes under the hat.

    How did you like those Gibsons?

  3. Donna
    September 22, 2010 | 9:17 pm

    I hope this video makes the cable music television circuit. Music Fog did a great job. They got a good sound and lovely, rich and warm-toned visuals. Of course, they had a band of really photogenic people to work with. Cool hat!

  4. neal harpole
    November 23, 2010 | 3:06 pm

    do you guys ever play in nashville? I live near there. I love watching old videos of you dancing, do you still dance like that? Fluid hips, girl! Are you married. im 51 and the 1st song i remember of you guys and gals doing was hair!

  5. Roshelle Smith Ford
    November 30, 2010 | 6:22 am

    Susan, I was watching a Woodstock special the other day and downloaded some CDs of old music into iTunes – I ran across “Hair” and thought of you. I lived up the hill from you in Newport, RI and you taught me how to suck nectar from honeysuckle trumpets when we were about five years old. Good times – glad to see you have a music career. Fond memories, Roshelle

  6. Dave
    December 4, 2010 | 1:05 pm

    Hi Susan,
    The first time I really saw you guys was the recording of Hair – Oh boy! How great was that! I still have it and it still “sends me” at the age of 68 – you were just absolutely beyond what any words can describe. Love to y’all.

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