To all of you who stop by this website, I want to wish you a very happy holiday season. I'd also like to thank you for a truly great year. The list of good things that happened for me musically and career-wise this year is substantial, and some exciting things are already on the horizon for 2007. Today I finish up the last of my 60 or so performances over the past month since Thanksgiving. I'm ready for a few days off. My wife, Linda, and I are headed to Los Angeles, the City of the Angels, for a few days, and I always look forward to spending some time in L.A. Between so much music, music business, the movie industry and entertainment in general, it's just a wonderful place. Lots of people don't care for Southern California, but if you know where to go and what to look for, it's unlike anywhere else on earth. Besides, who wouldn't welcome the 72-degree day that's forecast for tomorrow, Christmas Eve? It sounds good to me. Though the "Calender" link on my website hasn't been updated yet, we've already booked a great number of performances for January and February of 2007. We'll be posting those dates next week. Also, we've just signed off with Round Hill Country Club for a special Dinner-Concert performance there on Saturday night, April 28th. This will be similar to my performance last September at The Freight and Salvage in Berkeley, where I had some guest musicians join me onstage. I'll once again be free to showcase different aspects of my music, including lots of original songs, some singing, and even some guitar playing. Stay tuned for more details. We are in discussions with Burnside Distribution in Portland, Oregon and New Leaf Distribution in Lithia Springs, Georgia for distribution deals. Both of these record distributors have been in business a long time and have proven track records. It should help us reach a broader audience both nationally and internationally in the retail marketplace. Once again, best wishes to all of you for a healthy holdiay season and a prosperous 2007. I love meeting and hearing from you whenever possible. Your appreciation of the music is what makes it all worthwhile. Till later, Jim Hudak

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