(Miami) In an unexpected move this week, Florida’s manatees announced their support of the far-left revolutionary group TPP.
From their field office just outside Zoo Miami, spokesman “Fred the Manatee” told an excited crowd Continue reading “MANATEES ADVOCATE FAIRNESS”
There won’t be any Judas in my story
‘Cause I’ve already been crucified
I ain’t got nothin’ left for the traitor
And seriously I just don’t got the time!
So if you were planning to betray me Continue reading “Just Don’t Got the Time (A Poem)”
The first song, “Dust,” from Fleetwood Mac, has always been a favorite of mine (1972, “Bare Trees”). Danny Kirwin (who played guitar for Fleetwood Mac along with Bob Welch, before Lindsay Buckingham, who joined in 1975 and co-wrote on 1977’s “Rumors”) wrote this music to an old poem about death.
I’ll transition into “Stardust,” Continue reading ““Dust” Into “Stardust””
The Perfect Country Song:
“I was drunk the day my mom got out of prison
I went to pick her up in the rain Continue reading “The Perfect Country Concert: Ray Carroll and Shawn Allen Live!”
I don’t want to write an article about children being separated from their parents. I’ll just get in the middle of a nasty controversy.
And things not always being what they appear, this actually is an article about national pride!
I’ve got it all planned out, First, I want to set things up with this recent phone conversation I had with a friend in Florida:
My Friend: I used to teach preschool, but now I can’t because I don’t speak Spanish!
Me: How long did you teach preschool for?
My Friend: A lot! Continue reading “Children Separated From Their Parents”
Yes, the rumors are true, all the way from the west coast of this great country! This new video is dedicated to the most beautiful girl in the world, my daughter Sara, who said “yes” Continue reading “New Day (Studio) (Music Video)”
(Mountain View, California) Hi-tech rock star Google today announced its contender in the field of musical instruments. The plastic-adorned, aptly-named “Gootar” is expected to hit stores in time Continue reading “Gootar Expected For Christmas”
It’s manipulation city once you walk in the door
Your day it’s free now you’re finally home
But when you turn that big ol’ living room corner
You get a hello with strings, and your a martyr and mourner!
Who you living for what you doin’
What’s your choice and your reason
It’s that time of the season
Ta go and give yourself a little squeezin’!
Now you think anybody’s gonna give a damn
If you do something that’s part of your plan? Continue reading “Part of The Plan (A Poem)”
What a great summer for music so far! Here’s some Christine Ohlman, workin’ for her supper at the Knickerbocker in RI – The title from Christine’s new album, “The Deep End!” Continue reading “The Deep End, Christine Ohlman”
I first heard this on Tony Rice’s “Manzanita” in the 1970’s. It’s a very pretty train song written by Herb Pederson. Continue reading “Old Train, Mark Urso (Video)”
This technical article deals with common grounding issues with equipment used by musicians.
Not So Silent, But Deadly
It’s important because there are documented cases of people getting hurt, even killed, just because they didn’t know they should be plugging their guitar amp Continue reading “Grounding for Musicians”
This is an old Elton John song; it’s an emotional thing about an Indian who commits suicide, Continue reading “Indian Sunset”