Hello from the Great North!! There was snow on the ground when we landed in Regina, Saskatchewan on Thursday. No surprise as it was already December. As a matter of fact, I would have been VERY surprised had there not been any snow. It has snowed each day since Thursday, and I have been loving it. Today I had the wonderful opportunity to drive a snowmobile. It was the second time I’ve been able to drive one. Growing up in Texas we didn’t get enough snow to ever go snowmobiling.

The next show is Friday, in Lethbridge, Alberta. I’m hoping to see as many of you as possible.

Musically, the Christmas show is GREAT! We have put a lot of thought into the details…the small things that make a huge difference: 1) song selection, 2) stylistic elements, and 3) the overall experience we want you as an audience member to have.

We have included “upbeat,” rockin’ songs, a bluegrass section, and a couple songs on stools to add that stripped down, acoustic, personal feel. The Christmas carols we have added for the Christmas Tour are diverse in style, and will make you tap your feet, clap your hands, and sing along.

For upcoming “A Country Christmas” tour dates and info, go to my “Tour” page. Come on out! I’d love to meet you!