Fuelin' Roadie
Nutrition tips for the bands playing their hearts out one town to the next!

Posts Tagged ‘Texas Country

Is there a link between diet and performance?

February 8, 2010

Food for thought Do you think there is a link between your diet and… Arthritis? Vocal issues like GERD? Use of marijuana? Alcohol use? Stage hydration? Eating on the road? Sleep disturbances? There is. Think of how much better your performance could be with making subtle changes to your health by eating better. I hope […]

New Favorite Website

January 31, 2010

Since I can only be in Texas “part-time” I try to get my fill of Live Texas Country Music whenever I can and just about anywhere I can go!  Yes, desperation tends to set in for me.  I end up checking Myspace accounts, Facebook accounts, band websites, iLike, etc. to find who is playing and […]

The Grand Finale in Steamboat Springs

January 11, 2010

So the story continues… After spending the morning on the slopes and the afternoon at the gondola watching Jack & Doug we headed up to our condo to get ready for the night (and a quick trip to the hot tub…ahhhhh). The night began at the Big Tent (of course) listening to CCR, but the […]

Day 5–More Fun in Steamboat!

January 10, 2010

Crisp, clear, and BRRRR still so cold! But, the slopes were ready to skied down! And look…no people!!!! Glorious runs! Of course, after finishing up a 1/2 day on the slopes we were in the mood for a little snack so we headed over to Chocolate Soup again 😉 Yummmmmm…. Then we headed down to […]

And the fun continued…

January 10, 2010

Now that I can get back to blogging it’s time finish up the recaps!  It is really a challenge to find time to sit down at the computer and type away when you know all the fun that can be had down at the tent or on the slopes!  So, after the fabulous show under […]

Day 3 Updates from Steamboat Springs

January 7, 2010

Another day gone by…and wow was it a fabulous one! First off, the slopes were POWDER! We headed up to the top and down the right side of the mountain on some great blue runs.  There were very few folks on that side which made it nice. I’m not sure if it was the weather […]