It was great seeing you guys on the West Coast this month.  Seeing ya’ll face to face always reminds me of why I do what I do.  January kept me on the run.  New York auditions, two private appearances, two shows in Palm Springs, writing and rehearsing a new show for this season at Puerto Vallarta, photoshoots for the new album, website, and social media, and building my new Patreon page launching in February.  Unfortunately, all this while having the flu.  It’s carried on for two weeks now.  I think I have to start antibiotics today.

In my down time, I have been researching and spreadsheeting ten new markets to develop.  Coming back home to Tennessee, I want to work in markets within a comfortable driving distance instead of having to fly so far all the time.  I’ve barely performed in these cities, so there’s a lot of work to do – it’s like starting over in many aspects.  But the most exciting thing for me will be getting to know more home folk.  It really heals my soul these days to be in the south.

Just yesterday, I solidified plans with an up-and-coming country singer-songwriter to tour these ten cities in May.  More will be announced shortly.  You’re gonna love this.

Lastly, I have March as my goal to complete all remaining Kickstarter incentives.  I hope you guys have been enjoying the album.  I have a March release date now.  Can’t wait to share all the plans with you in a future update.

A big thank you to all the veterans and active service military who contacted me to say thanks for free entry into the Home For The Holidays Tour this season.  As long as the venue allows, I’ll always have free entry for vets and active military.  On behalf of myself and all my most amazing fans, we thank you for your service.

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davidurban54

LK, I don’t think I, one of the lucky ones, could have made it one more day, one more hour, without seeing you face-to-face. ILY. Always reminds me why I do what I do.
Very thrilled to read all the exciting news (except the flu part!). Palm Springs…never loved dentists so darn much.

Levi Kreis

I wish I could have taken some of the warm weather back with me, David. And that breakfast. Next time, you order for me. 😉

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