This is a song I wrote in 1982, but we didn't record it until 2015. I wrote the song somewhere near Bethesda, Md., as I recall., about my life on the road. I sat on the song for years, waiting for it to come true (has to be a true story to be in our show). It came true in 2014. Jim Peterik (Ides of March, Survivor, Eye of the Tiger) asked me to add some accordion, rubboard, triangle and vocals on a song he'd written for an NBC TV show. I flew up to Chicago. After the session, we were sitting around, and I told him the story of the song. He asked me to play it. Then, he told me to record it, on the spot. We recorded it in his son, Colin Peterik's, studio. It's a beautiful song called, "Like a Flower Needs the Rain." You can download a free copy at https://redhotmojo.com/red-hot-mojo-music . The version I released starts with a fiddle intro. We also recorded it with a guitar intro. I donated the song to Shriners Hospitals for Children for a few years. Everyone who donated online got the song free as a thank you. "No man stands so tall as when he stoops to help a child."