In the City of Pleasanton, where things are pleasant, I dropped by the Firehouse Arts Center to check it out. Wow! What a nice venue! What a great room. It’s intimate with great site lines and excellent acoustics. There’s not a bad seat in the house. I think the band is going to sound great in there. I can’t wait. The rehearsals will be intense, and the set list will be new. In the past, we have offered “meet and greets” for the most dedicated fans. It cost a little more, but you really get your money’s worth. We will be offering a nice “meet and greet” backstage after the show where you can chat with me and the band, take a picture, and we’ll sign whatever you like. It’s a nice way to catch up since I’m off the air. I am looking forward to seeing all of you at this very special event March 22 & 23.