Pat Garrett —

Patrick Floyd Jarvis "Pat" Garrett was an American Old West lawman, bartender and customs agent who became renowned for killing Billy the Kid. He was also the sheriff of Lincoln County, New Mexico as well as Doña Ana County, New Mexico. He coauthored a book about Billy the Kid which, for a generation after the Kid's death, was used by historians as a factual account of his life; however, historians have since found in his book many embellishments and inconsistencies with other accounts of the outlaw's life. Pat Garrett also became one of President Theodore Roosevelt's three "White House Gunfighters" when Roosevelt appointed him Collector of Customs in El Paso. Garrett was murdered under unclear circumstances... (wikipedia)

However, the radio and national media depend much more on the hype from a good record label, and from a ' buzz ' about a band, then from just one or two good shows. There are a lot of artists that have a ton of good press going for them, and still do not make it big in the US.
If we get a few solid festival shows then I will have no problem booking the lads for as many quality club shows around them to make a nice tour come together.
I have been firming up and making changes in my roster for 2001. This needs to be done from now and then, to make sure what you are booking is working, and to keep a balance in your roster that works.

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