You may have heard that the 15th Annual Sean and Richie Golf Tournament is now on a FRIDAY, sponsored by my friends at Mohawk Honda! Now, what could be better than taking a 3-day weekend in the middle of August and starting it out with a round of golf with a great friend, an incredible lunch at Stadium Golf Club, and a concert from future country music star John King?
It's these little moments that make it all worthwhile - getting an artist in the studio and joking around musically with them. This guy was REALLY into it, which helps. I see a big star in the making, BTW.
I was at the Bethlehem YMCA for the Reading, Writing and Rhyming Tour, brought to you by….(insert sponsor's name here - we don't have one right now -hint hint) . Anyway, this was a great chance to meet a bunch of real "Champs"
I guess I'm not much of an A capella fan by and large, and I certainly am NOT a fan of anyone remaking such an iconic song, but there is something about this video that made me want to share it with you.
Many have asked this question - "Richie, what is the process you use to write a song with young kids?". I'm glad you asked! That's why we've created this short video of a typical day behind the scenes..
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