1. I’ll be performing at the Diana Wortham Theatre!

Diana Wortham Theatre is an amazing place to see a show. It’s a beautiful 500 seat theatre in Pack Place right in downtown Asheville.

2. We’re filming and recording the show for a future DVD release.

Didn’t you always want to see yourself in video?

3. You can get a discounted ticket!

The Diana Wortham Theatre is offering discounted seats to my mailing list and blog readers. If you say “Four Legs Good. Two Legs Bad” when you purchase tickets on the phone or in person (not on line), you’ll get a $4 discount per seat. Call 828-257-4530.

4. Asheville, NC is staggeringly beautiful in October.

Hike Pisgah Forest. See great waterfalls. Watch the leaves turn orange and red. Eat breakfast at Tupelo Honey and dinner at The Laughing Seed. Take a weekend away from it all! Bring your dog! She’ll love you for it!

5. Asheville is one of the last places in the U.S. where weird is normal.

Rolling Stone magazine called Asheville “The freak capital of the United States.”

Who knows? Maybe one of us will teach you how

6. Gas prices have never been better.

This will make you want to take a road trip or vote Republican. You decide which one will pay off in the long run.

7. You can still get hotel rooms if you book now.

8. You can get a free CD.

If you print up THIS blog post, and bring it to the CD table at the end of the night, you will receive a free CD of your choice at my CD table, personally signed by me.

9. Did I mention that there’s a performance?

  • guided rock climbing ashville

    I hope that the show went really well for you! I have always enjoyed North Carolina and the great weather and people that live there. Music and food are just a bonus for me! I would have loved to have gone to your show! When is the next time that you are going to be in NC again?

  • Jeffrey Hunter

    I too wish I could be at the show on the 13th, but I’ll be at the same conference as Waterfall – who I happened to have met on the Appalachian Trail in 2000! When are you planning to play Chattanooga again?

    Jeffrey Hunter

  • christine

    Hey Heidi. Asheville doesn’t come CLOSE to Berkeley. I’ll keep trying to be ying-y! Thanks!

  • Heidi

    Asheville you are alright by me. Must be a little like Berkeley which is close to where I live. But I would have to guess that Amsterdam is the freak capital of the world. Rock on Christine, us accountants need you artsy folks to keep us from becoming machines. Thanks for ying from yang.

  • Palmtreechick

    I know Christine!! I would LOVE to meet you and see you perform live. Maybe even get some song writing tips. 😉

  • christine

    M Light… Aw, come on! It’s not THAT far! =] Good choice on #6!

  • christine

    Thanks Waterfall! I wish y’all could be there too!

  • M Light

    And we’ll even be up in the mountains that weekend – but in Blowing Rock, which is a rather far drive after a concert in Asheville.

    As far as #6 is concerned – I vote for the road trip!

  • Waterfall

    I sooo wish I could go. We’re going to be in WV at The Gathering, a hiker convention, that weekend. Deborah (Belcher) and I were talking about going to see you together, and I was so disappointed when I realized it was the same weekend as The Gathering. 🙁

  • christine

    Well, you’ll have to come soon so I can meet you!

  • Palmtreechick

    That sounds like a lot of fun. I wish I could come. (ooh, that rhymes). You’ll have a blast!

  • christine

    hey mk… thanks! i’ll do that!

  • mary katherine

    Sounds like tons of fun. Wish I could be there. Have a great time!!!

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