How music takes you to places you belong, but never knew existed, is part of the thrill in this industry. After performing at El Cid, my brother and I hopped in an Uber to skip across town to a place called The Baked Potato. As LA Weekly reports, "the Potato specializes in jazz fusion and has hosted such avant-garde rockers and musicians' musicians as Larry Carlton, Danny Carey, Kevin Eubanks, Andy Summers and Allan Holdsworth. With its low ceiling and wood-paneled walls, which are covered with photos and flyers, the club feels more like a rumpus room or a den than some of the fussier, more-upscale joints in town." After listening to the house band jam for a while, I was invited to perform What You Won't Do For Love by Bobby Caldwell. Ed Roth was on keys, and four others on sax, drums, guitar, and bass. It was a damn good time.