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And the future does appear bright for Somebody's Darling, as the band has been presented with golden opportunities at the perfect time.
"Hopefully, soon, we're going to have to make those big decisions about our career," say Ponder. "And that's definitely a good thing."
Yet, Somebody's Darling never wants to lose its connection with the Dallas music scene. Though both Farris and Ponder harbor grand aspirations, they don't foresee a time when they will be above playing small clubs or even birthday parties.
"Put that in print," demands Ponder. "We will still play anywhere, any barbeque or whatever, anywhere."