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MARCH 2, 2015

I’m meeting up with Stevie Salas…we’ve met a couple of times and he’s agreed to hang out with me for a few days in LA and see what trouble we can find. He has played with everybody from Mick Jagger to Rod Stewart and a big supporter of indigenous artists.

He picked me up this morning in a Mustang and we cruised Malibu, ate fish and talked about what I want to do while I’m in LA.

Along the way we talked about the people he wants me to meet. I am a little nervous about coming face to face with some of the huge talents he’s talking about, but I’ve decided I am just going to try to go into every meeting with an open mind and try to get to know them, as people.

The same way I approach meeting anybody.