Kelly's second CD takes you on a trip through the streets of New Orleans where he lived and performed till April 2005, and where most of these songs were written. Still slidin' on the steel guitar, this time around the instrumentation also includes acoustic guitar, bass, and vocal harmonies. After taking a year off to travel and work on his publishing catalog he now lives on Salt Spring Island and has begun a tour to support Kingdom Come. These songs still fit into a country blues/folk vein, but the style has widened to include more of a "Louisiana gumbo" influence. Another Shore takes you back to the origin of the Acadian/Cajun people, Streets of New Orleans through the darkened streets of the French Quarter, and Mama Said sounds like it came through Lafayette. Go figure! Though he has returned to visit the Crescent City (and it's very much alive!), it's more challenging than ever to live there. Huge amounts of work remain to be done, and it's really taken a toll on the people who "dug in" and stayed. However the spirit of the people remains unbowed, and is really something to behold. These songs are dedicated to the city and people of New Orleans, all y'all.