Monthly Archives: January 2011

Begin My Book

The deck is cleared.  The slate is clean.  All my chores are done.  All that I had hoped to do over the last year, has now been done. I’m ready to begin my book. It seems like its going to … Continue reading

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I’m Sore

I’m sore!   I worked out yesterday at the gym for 45 minutes.  I do one gym workout a week.  The rest of the week, I dance. I dance at least 3 nights a week, with one of those nights being … Continue reading

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The Conflict of Religion

I’ve been noticing something lately.  I’ve been noticing just how many musicians have had parents that were either pastors, ministers, or had parents that were devout Christians.  Lots of these musicians sang in church, or heard sermons or grew up … Continue reading

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Jimmy Hall

To me,  Jimmy looked like a tired old Muppet saxophone player, sporting sunglasses and a Blues Brothers hat.  I had no idea who he was, so the fact that he dominated the stage with his front and center poses, the … Continue reading

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18 South

I’d love to write about every group we saw on the Blues Cruise, and hopefully I will.  I think the order that I’m presenting these blog entries is based on the excitement I felt starting from the highest surprise excitement to … Continue reading

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Mike Farris

Are you ready for a Revival?! You won’t need a tent, or a preacher, because Mike Farris is gonna take you there! Praise Jesus! And talk about a Holy Ghost experience.  I thought we were all about to start speaking … Continue reading

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Foy Vance

The one single artist that stands out from the rest of the musicians on our Blues Cruise, is Foy Vance.  I’ll include a bio of him below that I copied off of the web, but in a nutshell, Foy Vance … Continue reading

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