Just a brief update. We're all starting to dry out a bit. Was that rain in the forecast? I missed it if it was! The show goes on all night and old Max Keller let us make bonfires everywhere. People are dancing like pagans. The Eagle staff is scattered, I don't know where the others are and I'm not sure who is introducing the next act. I'll make my way to the stage in case it's me!
I was down in the food court for dinner with Robert Plant and Mike Campbell (lead guitar for The Heartbreakers). We could all eat in the VIP tent but it's more fun with the fans all around. People bought us Dos Equis and food that was not quite identifiable, but tasty for being deep fried. Mike had his guitar and we all sang Surfin' Bird. Steve Garland from Sales joined in, and then the whole food court was singing Surfin' Bird. A couple of loose dogs howled along, too. I love California, man.
A reminder; Eagle listeners are welcome in the Jobe Manor tent to crash at night, or anytime. The cold beer and BBQ goes 24/7 thanks to volunteers and my cousin Danny Jobe. Say hi to Danny if you come down; he's dressed like a Shriner because, well, he is a Shriner. Far side of the campground, the biggest tent there, multi-colored. -JOBE
My son, Willie Lee Jobe, leading a campground singalong
of Hey, Hey, What Can I Do? down at the Jobe Manor tent.