Come enjoy great food and wonderful live music under the shade of Nutty Brown's huge Oak trees.
Comments from the Audience
Audience Comments Hello Will,
Scott and I (Elizabeth) Lary volunteered for your Stevie Wonder concert last night. We enjoyed the concert a lot!
No pens were brought for the raffle and information cards so we had to
use crayons provided by Nutty Brown Cafe. Even though they were probably
not ideal, when we passed them out, people got a kick out of it and
made jokes so really it was a good ice-breaker.
We couldn't stay to the very end, but it was obvious everyone was having a good time.
Take care, Elizabeth & Scott Lary Cathy Kuhles We
just got back from seeing your show in Marble Falls. What a fantastic
production. We were "dancing in our seats" the whole time. I'm sure the
Rolling Stones would be impressed!Tameca
was just astounding, and the rest of the band looked like they were
having a blast (and sounded dam fine too). Yes you can do acoustic
stones - David Power
Steve and Will, Saturday's show at Ruta was my favorite Strings Attached show to date - you guys tore it up!Help from Rob (hot drummer!) and Carter (good tones, great chops) made the first set a lot offun. Being a big jazz/fusion fan, I was pleased to have the chance to hear you both get loose andimprovise - I heard many things in your playing I had not heard before. Steve, I didn't realizehow versatile you are on the bass; Will, you reminded me of why I love Jean Luc and GeneElders when they play with fusion ensembles. Nice work, guys. Of course, I'm also a big fan of Lisa's, and knew that this Police/Sting show had potential.In the past year, I have had two opportunities to play Ruta Maya, and was mightily impressedwith the sound Curt develops from that stage. My old Ludwigs & Zildjians have never sounded better!I hope you recorded as much as possible. I won't forget Karen (Pure Bad); she's a beautiful woman with a fabulous voice, who delivereda sweet and sensitive performance. WT, you're a lucky guy. Now I realize while your fan base is not likely to be as interested in the fusion movement as I am,it might expand your fan base to do some of this stuff on occasion. I'll certainly be there whenI know you've got the players who will deliver! Keep up the good work, David Starrydstarry@austin.rr.com
It Be is one of my all-time favorite albums, more so the Let It Be
Naked version that strips away the Phil Spector "Wall of Sound" crap,
and allows the listener to hear the true genius and talent behind the
artists. That said, I have to tell you that I was blown away by the
Let It Be show you did last night at Central Presbyterian Church. I
think those were some of the most thoughtful, and beautiful,
arrangements you have done to date! I hope you are planning to record a
cd of this music, with the amazing Brandy Zdan on vocals, and all the
extraordinary musicians who played last night. I will purchase a copy
immediately when it is availble. On a side note, I was so surprised
to see Marc Utter playing the upright bass. Lil and I always enjoy
seeing him perform, as he is so animated and entertaining, but I thought
he did an especially great job last night. Stephen, Doug and Dave,
as always, did an amazing job as well. And, of course, your guitar
playing, once again, shows how versatile and talented you are. We are
fans forever! Thanks for being who you are, and doing what you do.
Wedding Music, vendor quotes and comments:
music, part one: will taylor and strings attached,
based in austin. extremely talented, extremely patient and extremely
kind. i emailed over an off-the-wall idea and they MADE IT HAPPEN,
exactly how i wanted. for those of you who missed the golden gift of
audrey's vocal performance, which was accompanied by WT&SA, my
condolences. it was an honor to witness. i will regret forever that we
didn't have someone filming.