enter It’s gonna snow here in North Carolina today. From Raleigh to points East, schools are closed and
Food Lions everywhere are perilously low on bread and milk. TV Weather folks are living the
dream! A good day to put a big hunk of something in the crock pot, pay some bills and just kick back.
opzioni binarie come capire quando investire The other news that’s permeating the landscape is the passing of Pete Seeger. More interesting
writers than I will expound upon his life – please read them and reflect. I will say that had he
not been a musician, I think we would still be mourning his death. His courage, convictions and
strength of character would have bubbled up no matter what. I don’t think he was a leader by
intention but he certainly was by example. At 94 he had a good run for a picker. Travel well my
friend, may we keep your candle lit . . ..
fkli trading system Speaking of leadership, the IBMA announced the Leadership Bluegrass Class of 2014. Among the new members are several people I met during the IBMA Week here in Raleigh. I met Ted Lehmann (http://tedlehmann.blogspot.com/) and his wife Irene the very 1st day of the week, in of all places, a parking deck. Ted may have been the most overworked person in Raleigh – interviewing, taking photos, writing, publishing – I don’t think he slept the entire week! Alane Anno (http://www.alaneanno.com/) is an exquisite photographer. She’s got a great eye and knows the Bluegrass scene inside and out. It’s good to see her recognized as an industry leader – she
deserves it! If Ted and Alane are any indication of the caliber of folks in this years class,
we’re in good hands!
Orlistat 120 mg without prescription Also in the Leadership Bluegrass Class of 2014 is Pattie Hopkins. Pattie is the fiddler for the
Kickin’ Grass Band as well as the Lynda and Pattie Duo. She’s also, I found, with Rachel Koontz
and the Morning After. I had gone to Raleigh’s Southland Ballroom to see Dangermuffin, and The
Morning After opened the evening with a great set! I do like some Dangermuffin! Steven Sandifer
has a world beat drum style that lays right in with Mikie Sivilli’s smooth jam guitar. Add Dan
Lotti’s slightly raspy vocals (he reminds me of a whiskey-worn Paul Simon) and the sound is just
right. A highlight for me was when they were joined on stage by Les Raquet for a nice version of
“Franklin’s Tower.” Equally entertaining was Rachel Koontz and company. The Morning After has a
Newgrass meets Calypso meets Motown sound that’s very cool. Koontz has a great stage presence and
the band as a whole is fun to watch. Add these folks to your list of bands to see!
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