He performs over 600 shows each year at nursing homes, retirement homes, coffee shops, and other venues. He also goes to Nashville where he plays at songwriter venues like the Blue Bird Cafe and the Broken Spoke.
The inspiration for WCDOM was an old fart he met one night in the late 1970's at HOJO's infamous "Sipango" club in Amarillo.
The song begins like this: "I was sittin' at this bar when I saw an old codger puttin' a move on a lady less than half his age. When she walked away I said: Grandpa, isn't she a little too young for you? He kinda grinned and looked at me and then he said ..." (CLICK "1." TO HEAR SOUND FILE.)
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1. World Class Dirty Old Man
2. Warts and All
3. Old Folks Need Lovin' Too
5. Latch-key Lover Blues
6. Ever'body Wants to Go to Heaven
7. Your Love Is Killin' Me
8. The Itch
9. Little Boy in Church
10. Turtle From Texas
11. World Class Dirty Old Man (refrain)