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With a variety of instruments, including harmonica, kazoo, mandolin, twelve string, classical, and acoustic guitar, Gusto Dave renders anecdotes, quick comedy, and cover tunes of many musical styles ranging from Blues, Folk, Rock, and Jazz. Songs from Led Zeppelin, Billy Joel, Johnny Cash, and many more work their way into his performance. He enjoys impersonating a couple of his all-time favorite artists, Willie Nelson and Leon Redbone. It was his honor to receive voice training from Dr. Donald Trott and guitar lessons from Eldon Shamblin, considered to be one of the best rhythm guitarists in the world.
Enjoy a sampler featuring some of Dave's best musical renditions in the first video and some warped yet clean humor from the Comedy Works in the one below. Save Chiseled in Rock http://firstname.lastname@example.org as a favorite for more of his ongoing goofiness.
Newlyweds Don and Randi Bell spent their honeymoon touring California —a convertible, the ocean, wineries, seat-of-the-pants romance, and now on to Vegas for the grand finale. The stretch of desert proves longer and more tiring than either of them had expected and as night falls, lodging sounds wise. Along comes a resort, glimmering in the middle of nowhere. At first, Randi and Don feel they’ve happened upon a best-kept secret because it’s crammed with bedazzled tourists, yet there’s no mention of this cheap and luxurious getaway on the internet. After a complimentary two night’s stay, pampered beyond their wildest dreams, the couple needs to get home. Car troubles delay their departure then it becomes clear that messages to the outside world are being tampered with. The feasts and dances in which the guests partake are becoming increasingly alarming and by the time Don and Randi discover the horrible secret about the hotel, it’s too late. With influences from The Shining and Fantasy Island, On a Dark Desert Highway packs a curve never done before in the paranormal genre that will both impress and shock the reader.