I don’t know how he does it, but he’s done it again!
Our buddy Ken Toney was the first person to pick Grand Funk Railroad’s “We’re an American Band” which is the song I had to go out and buy the Cowbell for, so Ken picks up a copy of my just-released “Photoshop CS6 Book for Digital Photographers.”
Lot of great guesses though, from Mountain’s “Mississippi Queen” to Loverboy’s “Everybody’s working for the weekend” but Saturday I was using that cowbell on American Band at “Not My Reunion.” We did have a ball, and I was able to coax Brad Moore into taking some photos so I hope to have some of them for you tomorrow here on the blog.
I’m in Nashville, Tennessee today for my “Photoshop for Photographers Tour” and I’ll be in Philly on Friday with the tour and next Monday in New York City so I’ll hope I’ll get to meet you in person in one of these three towns. Have an “it needs more cowbell” kinda day!
That was first song to come to mind, thanks Scott!
Never heard (of) it
Yeah Ken, Congrats!!Â How do you do that? That is a killer book. I got my copy on Friday.
Congrats, Ken! Apropos after winning the guitar a few years ago. Now I have to go listen to that song again….never heard the cowbell in it.
Okay!Â Now I officially hate myself.Â Grand Funk was my favorite band growing up.Â Saw them live in 1997 and have seen Mark Farner’s band 3 times.Â And I didn’t guess “We’re an American Band”.Â Congratulation to Mr. Toney.