Trey Deuce Daytimer

We are headed back to Nash Vegas to play with our old gang The Trey Deuce Club at Dee’s in a couple weeks. Rae and I met in Nashville and formed our band The Joiners while there. It’s always a blast to go back to where it all began, kick it with the old gang, and (in the words of Thomas House, “pass that old guitar around one more time”).

What:

John Thursday and The Joiners are having a nooner with our old gang The Trey Deuce Club outside at #deescountrycocktaillounge in Nashville on Saturday, October 23rd at 3pm.

With Annie NeeleyJohn Thursday / The Joiners, Joe Bidewell, and The Company on 10/23 from 3p to 5:30p outside at Dee’s Lounge Lounge. Hosted by D. Striker, the event is doubling as a food drive for Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee too, so bring some peanut butter, which is one of their most needed items.See you in Madison, TN!

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John Thursday starts a baking show!

Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie cake. You can lick the spoon!

Okay so we didn’t “start” a baking show so much as we made one episode. I put on Facebook that if we made it to 50 subscribers that day (we were at 49) I would make a Vegan chocolate chip cookie video. Well being the good ol’ friend of many years that he is, Brandon McDearis, was our 50th subscriber so we made him a video. The kids all make appearances and as my sister-in-law says, all of their different personalities really come out. And the cookie was awesome!

John Thursday – Strange and Beautiful

I wrote this song in Nashville in the unfinished upstairs apartment of a friends house. There was no kitchen but we had a bathroom and a blow-up bed. The bus stopped one street over and I would take it to Broadway where I had a gig at Dixieland Delights – an ice cream shop across the street from Gruhns Guitars. There was a plastic Elvis out front on the corner and I would play 4-5 hour slots of covers and originals for tips. Sounds like fun, but it was work. One time a family came in and their daughters took one look at me and then each other and feigned to shoot themselves in the head with their finger guns. It was worth every hungover minute of those Sunday 8am-12pm gigs just to say I had a regular gig on Broadway.