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Song School, which was awesome, then Folks Festival happened. This year Jason Isbell was the Saturday night headliner. Pretty much as good as it gets. One of my favorites playing outside and walking distance from my house.There were tons of other great sets at Folks: Kasey Chambers, The Wood Brothers, Richard Thompson, The Waifs, Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlins. To name a few. Song School is a truly magical place, with magical people. Not only is it a place to learn, but I really enjoyed watching some folks who had never thought of themselves as musicians before last week discover what they were capable of. It was an honor to be witness to some really profound moments for people. Plus, I made some great new friend and played a bunch of songs very late at night, which I like. That caused me to go to work in a zombie state for a few days, but hey, that happens. Now it’s back to life, which is busy. But I’m still feeling the lift of creativity and new friends that this time of year always serves up. I’m played in Estes Park last night at The Rock Inn, one of my favorite gigs. I’ve been playing this song a bunch recently (video from the Song School open stage- thanks to Joe Stevens on bass and Brian Eyster on dobro for helping out). The video got a bit cut off at the end, but most of the song is there. Hope to see you soon.Last week I was in