KYS Disrupt ATP Tennis Semi-Finals. We’d thought we’d play “Sought After Woman” for the girls. Turns out the men’s match went over in time and Berdych’s whining got us a cameo on ESPN!

We should of been playin’ “Cry, Cry, Cry”.

Check out the footage here:

http://www.savingcountrymusic.com/country-band-the-kentucky-struts-disrupt-tennis-tournament#comment-482202

We created an Instagram account for the release show in December and here are a some of its fruits. Our handle is “kystruts” if you wanna check it out since then.

Our November horse and song features Karen Heyl interpreting the song “Angels in the Snow”

The song’s central theme is about getting over a loved one who recently died around xmas time. I gave to Karen because she primarily works with stone and that reminded me of graveyards and headstones. I love the simplicity of this image. Bringing in the wing makes you wander if horses go to heaven, like dogs :) There would most definitely be horse angels if so. The second photo is the full, uncropped sculpture. She mentioned to her the song seemed to be referring to a broken individual, which is why she chose that shape. I love to hear the explanations to all these pieces. It makes me love this project even more. The full sculpture and print will be available to buy at our release, December 17th at the Southgate House. Thanks, Karen.

Tight shot, Steege.
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Taken during our video shoot last Saturday.

Tight shot, Steege.

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Taken during our video shoot last Saturday.

Video shoot with Neltner Creative. Cold. But so worth it.

Thanks Brian Steege and Keith and Rick.

Photos by Rick Neltner

The Neltner Family kindly let us set up at their fall festival. We got share some our music and pass along some of our influence to the next generation. Oh, and congratulations to Randy Bake, he won the framed print of that Michael McGuire print you see up there.

Thanks Neltner Farm!

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150886386855156&set=t.1388627307&type=1&theater

Here’s Joshua Black Wilkin’s photographic interpretation of the song “Mercury”.
Joshua is a real as hell. He still mostly shoots with film and does his own prints.
For this project he has donated 2 prints from this shoot that will be available at the
final gallery show.
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My (Todd) read-in to your art referenced the lyrics “she slips”
I envision this collection of horse photos a result of the shutter slipping (purposely).-
You can find him at www.jbwphotography.com

Here’s Joshua Black Wilkin’s photographic interpretation of the song “Mercury”.

Joshua is a real as hell. He still mostly shoots with film and does his own prints.

For this project he has donated 2 prints from this shoot that will be available at the

final gallery show.

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My (Todd) read-in to your art referenced the lyrics “she slips”

I envision this collection of horse photos a result of the shutter slipping (purposely).
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You can find him at www.jbwphotography.com

Tommy Sheehan interprets “My Wife the Tiger”. Well done Tommy!
"My wife the Tiger
She’s got her claws in me
My wife the Tiger
She’s got her claws in me
She says she’s hungry
but she don’t eat no meat “
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You can find Tommy and his work at tommyink.com

Tommy Sheehan interprets “My Wife the Tiger”. Well done Tommy!

"My wife the Tiger

She’s got her claws in me

My wife the Tiger

She’s got her claws in me

She says she’s hungry

but she don’t eat no meat “

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You can find Tommy and his work at tommyink.com