We’re headed to America
for a whole new life
But our move wasn’t very popular
with Lana, my Wife.
When I finally pulled up the driveway in Toronto hours later, I still had nothing, so when Lana came outside and asked, “Whose car is this,” I said the first thing that popped into my head, “Your’s honey, happy Mother’s Day.
I never got to drive the Caddy again.
Back when I first arrived in Indy, Jim told me to monitor WIBC and WNAP for a couple of days and then check out WVBF in Boston on the listen-line.
The plan was to review my findings on Friday morning in his office.
WVBF, on the other hand, I went on to say, sounded a lot like NAP, except I liked them a little more because I knew a few of the tunes that they played.
However, I said, “The talent on all the stations is outstanding.”
There was a long silence before I heard Jim say, “George if I knew what to do, I wouldn’t have hired you!”
I’m sitting here thinking that some old friends of mine from Winnipeg should start a new super group called Bachman Turner Cummings & Young.
Can you imagine how long the concert would have to be for the four of them to get all their hits in.
Hell I would even take Bachman Turner and Cummings but when you also throw Neil into the mix your talking a world wide stadium tour.
The world tour of course would have to kick off at Winnipeg’s brand new Football Stadium.
I would also think that a Canadian Company who are looking for a world wide footprint would want to do the presents which would add quite a few bucks to the coffers. Another consideration perhaps would be to tie Neil’s charity into the project and also do a movie/documentary about the whole tour and how four guys from very humble beginnings in Winnipeg went on to dominate music all over the world. I’d love to be a roadie on that tour baby and I bet I could talk Randy’s brother Gary into helping out.