Little Rosie Stops For a Listen

Little Rosie pays a visit!While playing at the Royal Oak Farmers Market last week, I had the pleasure of meeting Rosie, the sweet young lady pictured on the right. Rosie stopped by to listen with her moms, Ann and Gina, and her auntie Michele, who took this delightful picture. Rosie took the time to assist me in counting tips in the guitar case, which was most helpful. Despite the presence of the old goat in the background, this is just too cute not to share! (Click image to enlarge.)



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"In the best traditions of folk music, George’s songs evoke personal experiences and historical events, and George certainly has had some experiences, let me tell you. But the experiences of which he sings so truthfully here, while almost mundane when taken literally, are made to seem so much more meaningful, so much more heartfelt in his hands and within his voice. These arrangements are as near to the folk tradition as one could hope, are exactly all that’s necessary for each song, and when accompaniment and backing vocals are used, they feature David Mosher on several traditional instruments, as well as Bill Arnold on dobro, providing simple support to George’s already ample foundations." —Michael O'Brien, Open Mike


And George Heritier from Oak Park shared his clever songwriting, cool and entertaining lyrics and hot guitar/harmonica riffs. He got the best round of applause for the whole festival! I am a huge fan of acoustic blues and folk music and George is one of the best I have heard. I would make it a point to go see him ANY time he plays, it will be well worth the effort! —John P. Bayerl, PhD - SeMi