Rain & Blue Sky

We finally got some rain!  Nothing says “Oh yeah, it’s raining!” like BBQ, cold drinks, good company, and Live Music!

Uh, okay . . . maybe I’m reaching a little there.  Just c’mon out to Texas Outlaw BBQ in E’town tomorrow night, and I promise I’ll play some “Oh yeah, it’s raining!” songs.

How ’bout CCR’s “Have You Ever Seen the Rain,” or “Who’ll Stop the Rain,” or maybe “Rainy Night in Georgia”?  “I Wish It Would Rain”?  Or maybe I can do some sunshine riffs like “Sunshine Go Away (Today)” or “Blue Sky” by the Allmans.  Damn, I love that song. . . should do it more often.  Think I’ll start ‘more often’ tomorrow evening.  I usually tie it in with “Little Martha” if that’s alright with y’all.  Anyway, bring it on out and have some fun with me tomorrow evening.

Oh, and don’t forget to tune in to Crescent Hill Radio tonight (Friday) from 8-9p Eastern for the Kentuckiana Blues Radio Show hosted by Gary Sampson.  Gary’s s’posed to play some good ol’ Doug Lamb blues music.  😀

And while I’m on the subject, here’s one of my fave performances of Blue Sky.  Enjoy.


Storms Possible This Evening & Tonight

National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center (SPC) may be issuing a TS Watch for Western and Central Kentucky soon.  This front has shown heavy rains and LOTS of lightning strikes as it passed through the St. Louis area earlier.  Depending on what the cool front behind it decides to do, we may be in for a storm or two this evening.  Hopefully, it’ll be a nice, soaking Summer rain, but there’s always the possibility for ugly stuff this time of year.  Those in the Central Kentucky area with scanners can listen to the Hardin County ARES repeater (155.350 MHz) for real-time Skywarn Spotter information if there should be a weather net in progress. Follow @HardinCoKyARES and @NWSlouisville on Twitter, but be aware that those should not be used as your primary source for up-to-the-minute weather info! For that, you shoud keep your NOAA weather radio on (you have one, right?), and stay tuned to local media.