Tag Archives: Folk

Home of the Brave

I could not wait for a decent production to share this song.  Maybe it’s because I feel the winds of change blowing all around us. I hope so. One day I will re-record it with more attention to detail. This … Continue reading

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Slippin’ into the “Third World”

Before hurricane Harvey hit Houston, I was commiserating about the decline of America’s work ethic and the rise of isolationism in our attitudes. Violence I saw (in Charlottesville and San Francisco) conjured up images of bloody revolutions we have seen … Continue reading

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Videos in progress & Festivals on the schedule

As a quick update, I have been working on a couple things to share with you soon. Of course, with Valentine’s Day coming next week, my annual video for my Bride is taking precedence over everything.  It should be ready … Continue reading

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End of the year, End of the Line

I just realized that I hadn’t posted anything since Thanksgiving. While that’s bad for blogging, it shows me I have been busy! December kept me well occupied, starting with my continued planning for our annual Music Makers Weekend (formerly Music … Continue reading

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The West Coast Road Trip Tour – in review

It was fun. Grueling, but fun. We started on Saturday the 16th of August with a show at the San Diego Baha’i Center. My long-time co-worker Don McKay played videographer for me (so I can review my show for improvements). … Continue reading

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