We had the first full rehearsal of HR 30 this past Saturday. It went very well. Right now the show is shaping up to be
about 3 hours long. We're playing a great deal of new material and we're dusting off some stuff we haven't played since 1978.
Our claim to fame these days is that we're the slowest working band in America. That's actually where the "AD INFINITUM"
part of HR 30 originated. It means "on and on" and it seems appropriate for us at this point in the game. We've also been
toying around with a new CD for a couple years now. The working title when when we started the CD was Full Circle. We actually
recorded 6 new tracks for it a few years ago but we were really unhappy with the results. So we scrapped that seesion, Mike
built a studio, and the plan is to re-record the songs in Mike's studio sometime after the HR 30 show. (Notice how there are
no set dates in that last statement.) Some of the new songs will be part of the show. At our current pace the CD may end up
being called Social Security Blues. Who knows.
Contributed by Greg