“Fantastic full house crowd at Kimbro’s Pickin Parlor!”

I couldn’t have imagined a better “first Nashville” gig!

The venue was perfect – The Legendary Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor, located in the historic downtown Franklin – has the energy of all the amazing players who have stood on that stage over the years, staff that loves being there, and the audience who keeps coming to support them and enjoy the music.

The band was fantastic – Larry Prostic on drums, Brian Shun on bass and David Langley on guitar. (David currently performs with Mark Alan Cash (Johnny Cash’ nephew.)


And the audience was awesome!

Never before did that “ole southern-style” room have a party that was just like a night out on the Croatian coast – with singing and dancing and mixing styles… (and the sound of a Fender Telecaster) … with kids and grown ups all having a good time,

I’m grateful…

I loved having my mom there – right next to my husband and our sons.

Thank you all for your love and support!


PS Blais made an appearance too. When he yelled across the room and asked if he could sing it was like seeing myself at his age always bugging my dad to let me sit in with his band. He was great!!!

2 thoughts on ““Fantastic full house crowd at Kimbro’s Pickin Parlor!”

  1. This LA girl wished I could’ve been there. Is there any way you can post segments of some of the evening?

  2. Zdravo Tajci,

    Glad to see you’re continuing to tour! Hope Cameron is feeling better! We met in Seattle in the Fall of 2003/4 and I suggested you go home to Croatia and sing at the Medjugorje Youth Festival. Glad to see you took my advice. Here’s some more . . .

    My friend Todd Smallwood:


    wrote a great song called “Something Big” in 2004. I think you’ll like the lyrics at 1:20:


    I’m sure Todd would be delighted to have you do a knock-off of ‘Something Big’, especially as it ties into your life’s ministry.

    Hope to see you performing with Andre Rieu and the Johann Bach Orchestra in Medjugorje.

    Sretan dani,
    Paul Ford O’Neil
    Washington City
    District of Columbia
    United States of America

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