“Four out of five stars for Songs in Borrowed Time.”–James D. McCallister, Glide Magazine.
“…eclectic without sounding everything-but-the-kitchen-sinky, impressive without being grandstanding. In short, a class act that’s fun.”–Brian Robbins, Jambands.com.
“If you are a fan of lapsteel then this cd should be moved immediately to the top of your queue, as there is plenty of it all over this excellent recording.” –Jon Sawyer, Random Groover Notes, 20 Best CDs of 2010.
So, a little news. Dear friend and musical collaborator Mike Rosado has decided to retire from his long service as the first call percussionist with Triple Fret.
Going back through the archives it looks like Mike joined us over 12 years ago. Not sure how many shows we've done during that time, but it's a fair number, not to mention the 2 records.
The move is completely amicable--interests just change, other responsibilities intervene--and he'll still be available as a fill-in. Funnily enough, we'll still be playing together on and off in other vehicles, probably even more often than in Triple Fret!
Going forward, the mighty Ed Butler, a superb percussionist in his own right, has kindly agreed to fill the role. E. Scott Warren will continue on in the bass seat.
I just want to extend my heartfelt thanks to Mike for his excellent contribution to the cause, and above all for his friendship, which I am sure will continue.