Monthly Archives: March 2016

Personally, I Prefer To Call It “Frenchman Street Music”

Rain makes it hard to look for work. I try to do as much as possible through social media sites but, still, around here, club owners and restauranteurs want a face to face with local artists. And, to my mind, … Continue reading

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That’s Why I Write.

I never had a plan for my life. Never had a vision. My dreams were all day dreams. A more suitable alternative to the life I was living. Then, my day dreams turned to pipe dreams allowing me to talk … Continue reading

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Tens All Around.

I’m acting as if I’m going to be able to keep my car. I brought it in for its first oil change. Everything went well. The service manager worked hard to please me. But I was already happy. Happy that … Continue reading

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I’ll Be There In Ten

I am waiting this morning for a guy to show up with $50. $50 he said he convinced a venue to cough up when “they” cancelled my participation in his music gig. “I didn’t know they had booked someone else … Continue reading

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Blessed Are The Haters

I told a friend my premise for an Opera I have started to write. He wasn’t impressed. He thought my ideas were corny and extreme. He called the premise contrived and he said my genre hopping didn’t make sense. “So, … Continue reading

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Till Death Do Us Part

This is such a ride. This life. Up and down, from one end to the other, too many tears mixed with the right amount of laughter. I save the biggest applause for my mistakes. And for the folks who put … Continue reading

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“A beaten child is a ruined child.”-Pat Conroy.

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