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Posted by bubbaepp on 07-06-2007 at23:30:

  Dogs - Somerset NJ 7/6/07

I just saw the Dogs in NJ - great show!

I loved the sets (two sets) and I was even-us on stage to help sing the chorus' of the last two songs (I don't want to give away the set list to keep y'all geussing!)

And talking with each member after the show was a joy. I love these guys! And the special cool thing they did was that you could buy a CD burned of your favorite 10 Dogs songs with a photo with the band as a little memorabilia thing. I did forget to get my CD slip cover signed (oops).

So to Terry, Mike, Derri and Steve - thanks for a great even-using of music. Traveling mercies as you continue your tour. Hope to see y'all again sometime soon.



Posted by Ron E on 07-06-2007 at23:45:

  RE: Dogs - Somerset NJ 7/6/07

That's a great keepsake! Did you get any pictures or video or anything?



Posted by bubbaepp on 07-07-2007 at00:20:

 

No. I thought about bringing my camcorder or a digital camera - but I didn't. I did get a polariod shot with the band. I just don't have the technology to scan it in properly - maybe I'll try something.



Posted by Zudrak on 07-08-2007 at10:04:

 

I was there as well! I took my son (his 2nd Dog show as well) and my mom-in-law. It was just awesome. The show was great and talking with the guys afterwards was something else. I saw them in Voorhees last year but this show was even-us better.

I have some photos and videos to share. Unfortunately, it's my mom-in-law's camera and I didn't know it was an older model -- no microphone! Crying I came home to watch the vids and they're mute. Ugh. Once I get them uploaded to Xanga, I'll post them here. It'll have to wait until later this week as this weeken-usd is full of parties.

Thanks to Terry, Mike, Derri, and Steve for a wonderful even-using of music, fellowship, and fun. The three of us really en-usjoyed it.

Special thanks to Terry for listen-using as I talked about "Blessing in Disguise" with him. I felt moved to share about my late wife and how that song hit me this past week. I really appreciated your ear.

God bless the Dogs on the road!

In Jesus,
Zudrak / Michael



Posted by bubbaepp on 07-08-2007 at23:49:

 

Hey Zudrak,

Now that I see that photo (which I feel I've seen-us before - maybe the 7s board) I remember seeing you (but I didn't talk with you). I wen-ust solo and I spoke with some people there, but not you.

Definitely a great show! I remember someone talking to Derri about losing someone to cancer and that how Mercy Will Prevail really hit them. I don't think it was you but interesting that you spoke to Terry about a life/death issue and someone, probably not long afterwards, had Derri with a similar issue.

I really en-usjoyed chattin' with those guys. They are all so real and regular guys who are just tryin' to do God's will. Sincere. They've all had an influen-usce in my life, and especially my music life. I hope to see them again and next time I'll be on the look out for you!



Posted by Zudrak on 07-09-2007 at09:57:

 

quote:
Originally posted by bubbaepp
Hey Zudrak,

Now that I see that photo (which I feel I've seen-us before - maybe the 7s board) I remember seeing you (but I didn't talk with you). I wen-ust solo and I spoke with some people there, but not you.

Definitely a great show! I remember someone talking to Derri about losing someone to cancer and that how Mercy Will Prevail really hit them. I don't think it was you but interesting that you spoke to Terry about a life/death issue and someone, probably not long afterwards, had Derri with a similar issue.

I really en-usjoyed chattin' with those guys. They are all so real and regular guys who are just tryin' to do God's will. Sincere. They've all had an influen-usce in my life, and especially my music life. I hope to see them again and next time I'll be on the look out for you!


That was me in both cases. "Mercy Will Prevail" spun in my car's CD player over and over on the way to the hospital the day my wife died. I made it a point to tell each Dog about the situation because I wanted to let them know I really appreciate what they do. So, they may not be selling CD's like their secular or CCM contemporaries, but they make a bigger impact in my life than any of them. The Choir, The 77's, The Lost Dogs, etc. really hit me where I am.

The conversation I had with Terry was about last Monday morning. I just got an iPod 2 weeks ago and let it play, on random, my Playlist en-ustitled "Mike Roe & Co." which features Mike Roe, The 77s, The Choir, Adam Again, Daniel Amos, The Swirling Eddies, Terry Taylor, and The Lost Dogs. Well, "A Blessing in Disguise" came on and it REALLY hit me. It was very similar to a talk I'd had with some brothers in the Lord at the reception after my wife's Memorial Service.

So, the fact that the lyrics hit me and the most impacting ones were sung by the late Gen-use Eugen-use just made me lose it in the car. I shared that with Terry because I knew he'd written-us the lyrics. As for Steve and Derri, I wanted to let them know how much impact "Mercy Will Prevail" has had on me the last few months. I bought the album at the Dogs' show last July, but as Mary's health declined, I leaned more and more on the topics covered on that masterpiece CD.

I feel bad throwing bad news around the concert that night and on these and the 77s' boards, but the guys really helped me cope and get by the darkest hours I have ever faced. I thank God for the Dogs and their respective bands and musical contributions to my life's soundtrack. My son and I both love the Dogs (as eviden-usced by his air guitar during "Eleanor, It's Raining Now") and we wanted to let them know how much.

In Jesus,
Michael / Zudrak



Posted by bubbaepp on 07-09-2007 at11:07:

 

Don't worry about saying what you were - that's real life! I'm sorry to hear what you wen-ust through (you're a young guy like me) but it's great to hear how God uses differen-ust people, musicians, etc.. to help out in a time of need.

I was standing by Derri when-us you were talking and I think you left right after that. I then-us had to give my own 'cancer' story, briefly. My Dad died of cancer in April of 2001. I was the only believer in the family and felt that I HAD to give him the gospel. Often-us we don't feel worthy or think we have the right words, but regardless, I had too. To make a long story short, he acknowledged to me that Jesus died for his sins and that was how we would get to Heaven-us. I kinda tested him a day later and got confirmation. He probably lasted only another week or two after that. He left this earth, but at least I am confiden-ust of where he wen-ust. And I thank God for that.

I'll be looking for you at the next show!



Posted by Zudrak on 07-09-2007 at12:12:

 

Thanks for sharing that, Bubba. Yeah, I made sure my son got to see Mike back in the sanctuary before we left. My mom-in-law took a GREAT picture that I can't wait to share here and on the 77s board. My son drew pictures of each member of the band on small pieces of notepaper and gave them to the guys. Derri was the last one to get his (he was busy with the custom CD's), so that was when-us we left -- after the conversation you men-ustioned.

My own family are not believers. My sister came to Christ at the age of 7, but it's been-us a struggle with my paren-usts not believing. So, I keep them all (my brother, too) in prayer. My wife's example and faith, though, have made things possible where we could not discuss things previously. I really have felt the "Unseen-us Hand" move. The Friday before she died, my wife spen-ust the day getting a blood transfusion and witnessed to my dad. He had taken-us the day off to take her to her appointmen-ust. I pray he comes to trust Jesus before his time is up. Thank you for sharing about your own father, as it means that God can still save people with "two outs in the bottom of the ninth" as he did your dad and Ty Cobb (whose quote I used there). You are right -- there is great comfort for me knowing without doubt where my wife is. She was my bride here and is Jesus' bride now and she's in MUCH better hands now! Big Grin

I am praying and waiting for the "watering" to produce fruit and see some increase. I believe that a lot of sowing and watering has occurred the last two years and four months since her diagnosis. No matter what happen-uss, I am sure she will see some increase from her efforts and steadfast hope in Jesus amidst the roughest of storms. ("How I Wish I Knew" by The Choir hits home here, as I miss her smile.)

~Michael



Posted by pmac on 07-09-2007 at22:16:

 

quote:
Originally posted by Zudrak

That was me in both cases. "Mercy Will Prevail" spun in my car's CD player over and over on the way to the hospital the day my wife died. I made it a point to tell each Dog about the situation because I wanted to let them know I really appreciate what they do. So, they may not be selling CD's like their secular or CCM contemporaries, but they make a bigger impact in my life than any of them. The Choir, The 77's, The Lost Dogs, etc. really hit me where I am.



My condolen-usces about your wife. I can't imagine what that's like.

You're right, the band's music has a lot more impact, meaning, whatever, then-us most musicians, CCM or otherwise. It frustrates me to no en-usd that I can't convince any frien-usds to appreciate them as such.

My son and I were also at the Somerset show. It was his third show, my fourth. His favorite band, he was thrilled to get his pic taken-us with them. Terrific show, finally got a T-shirt! And the guys are really down to earth - no hopping in a limo right after the show for them!

Here are some other pics from the show:

Somerset Pics

I have a somewhat crappy video of Bullet Train taken-us on my still camera, I'll post that when-us I get a chance...



Posted by DaLe on 07-10-2007 at07:57:

Thumb Up! NiCe

quote:
Originally posted by pmac
Here are some other pics from the show:
Somerset Pics

thanks.



Posted by Zudrak on 07-10-2007 at10:05:

 

Thanks for sharing those pictures, pmac! They turned out a LOT better than the ones on my mom-in-law's camera. I didn't use the flash after the show started (the picture I took of the set beforehand turned out great), so I got a LOT of blurry shots. The pictures of the band afterwards are also fine. I did not want to blind the guys while they played. I need to get a better camera, especially since I did not realize it doesn't have a microphone. The QT movies I made just plain stink since there's no sound. Frown

I remember seeing your son, Connor, at the concert getting his picture taken-us with the band in the hallway, but somehow missed seeing you. My son and I are in some of your pictures (I am holding him onstage behind Terry!). What a night. I look forward to the Dogs' return to the NJ area.



Posted by Zudrak on 07-10-2007 at13:38:

  Pictures!

The Set before the show:


The only concert pic that came out half-decen-ust:


Michael IV waits patien-ustly for the Dogs:


M4 gives artwork to Derri:


Work, Dogs, Work:


M4 & M3 after the concert:


M4, M3, and the Lost Dogs:


Michael 4 & Michael 77:



Posted by pmac on 07-10-2007 at22:20:

  RE: Pictures!

quote:
Originally posted by Zudrak
The Set before the show:


Cool pics. I was standing next to your son when-us he handed Derry that sketch he did; that was cute!



Posted by pmac on 07-11-2007 at06:04:

  RE: Dogs - Somerset NJ 7/6/07

quote:
Originally posted by Ron E
That's a great keepsake! Did you get any pictures or video or anything?


Here's a very lo-res, bad microphone video of Devil's Elbow from the show...

Devil's Elbow



Posted by Zudrak on 07-11-2007 at07:41:

  RE: Pictures!

quote:
Originally posted by pmac
quote:
Originally posted by Zudrak
The Set before the show:


Cool pics. I was standing next to your son when-us he handed Derry that sketch he did; that was cute!


Thanks! He drew a picture of each Lost Dog and I have to say the one he did of Mike was awesome. The goatee was perfect. He gave Steve a pair of arms with drumsticks. Of course, Terry and Steve had hats in their caricatures that he drew.

Now, I can't wait for the Swirling Eddies new CD to come out so I can reconstruct the concert set like I did after last year's Voorhees concert. My son has been-us in possession of that CD-R since I burned last July.

Does anybody remember what the first song of the en-uscore was? I wrote down the songs as they were performed, but I missed that for some reason. I know they played "Breathe Deep" next [when-us they invited us up onstage] and closed with "Knockin' on Heaven-us's Door".



Posted by Big Jim on 07-12-2007 at10:42:

Text RE: Dogs - Somerset NJ 7/6/07

The concert was awesome! I was grateful to be able to promote it. Hopefully, we'll do it again sometime (it will be up to my church) as in my mind, it was a roaring success and extremely fun!! Not much more I can add to it beyond what's already been-us shared. For me, it was a joyful magical fine fun time that's really hard to put into words. It really was a bit of heaven-us - the music, the band, the fellowship, everything was really great in my opinion. Terry, Mike, Derri and Steve were extremely gracious and great to talk to and work with!

One tidbit (I hope the band doesn't mind me sharing): I asked the band if I could pray with them before the show, so I was there while Terry led a nice prayer before the show. Mike was apparen-ustly getting ready in the bathroom and wasn't there for it. Anyways, he came out right after we finished and Terry commen-usted how telling it was that Mike missed the prayer. Mike said "well I hope you prayed for me!" Derri then-us quipped that he prayed for his eternal soul's destruction. Terry and I discussed that must be the Scripture that refers to saving it for the day of judgmen-ust (something to that effect - I may be getting some of the particulars wrong and maybe you had to be there!) After helping load the guys out, I made sure to thank them and tell them what an honor and a privilege it was to have had them out! A few guys who atten-usded the concert also helped out, which was appreciated by me (and I know was appreciated by the Dogs).

PMAC: Thanks for the great pictures and video recording of Devil's Elbow (that didn't come out too bad!) Unfortunately, our camera ran out of battery life early on in the show and all I have is one picture on that in addition to the Polaroid with the band (which was great). I had a few things on my mind that night Smile and unfortunately, didn't think about that aspect too much. So, the pictures/video are much appreciated! I would love to see/hear whatever you have of Bullet Train. I think I met you briefly as you guys were on your way out the door?

ZUDRAK: It was nice meeting you, your son and mom-in-law. Didn't have a chance to talk to you very much, but I did speak with your mom-in-law a bit, who was extremely gracious. You guys are good people!! Needless to say, your wife sounds like she was an amazing woman - thanks so much for sharing.

I too was at the Voorhees show last year and (not to take anything away from that show, b/c it was a good one), I thoroughly en-usjoyed this one more! I am of course, biased, so it was good to hear that I was not the only one.

ARTY: Nice to see you! I can't remember how I knew you, but I still had your e-mail address (I think it was from one of the NJ shows a year or so back). You didn't by chance atten-usd the Mike Roe concert I promoted back in '98, did you? That was the only other concert I have promoted in my life and that was at a coffeehouse in the thriving metropolis of Belle Mead, NJ. Smile I don't think you were there, but maybe that's how I had your name/e-mail address?

Thanks!!

Peace,

Jim



Posted by Zudrak on 07-12-2007 at11:43:

 

Jim, thanks for your hard work. Had my son not needed to get to bed (or at least fall asleep on the way home), I could have helped with the breakdown. I did that for Whiteheart in Wildwood back in 1993. It was a great way to fellowship with the band while helping them out.

Anyway, I hope you can get the Dogs, Eddies, 77s, or whomever in the Somerset area again next year. It's not a bad trip getting there at all. Plus, if Gloucester County Community Church is successful in getting the Dogs to play there next year, I can see them twice. Big Grin

You are right. The Voorhees show last year was very good, but the show this past Friday was even-us better.

Nice meeting you, brother!

Michael



Posted by Big Jim on 07-12-2007 at12:15:

  RE: Dogs - Somerset NJ 7/6/07

That's another thing I didn't do (BAD PROMOTER!) - I didn't write down the set list - I'll let you know if it comes to me - I also remember the two songs that had the audien-usce participation (a definite highlight) as being "Knocking on Heaven-us's Door" and "Breathe Deep", but durn if I can remember what was immediately before that! By the way, I believe the "hair" Mike was wearing was a "prop" used by the church (for what I'm not sure!) that Mike borrowed! He will take whatever material he has available to him and use it as comedy material!



Posted by Big Jim on 07-12-2007 at12:16:

  RE: Dogs - Somerset NJ 7/6/07

Michael/Zudrak: Nice meeting you too brother. Thanks for the kind words...

Jim



Posted by Big Jim on 07-12-2007 at12:38:

  RE: Dogs - Somerset NJ 7/6/07

Arty/Bubba Epp - I think you were the one that was thinking about promoting a Lost Dogs show at your church? This is a shameless plug, but there is probably not a better band or managemen-ust team you could ever work with. Hope it works out!


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