Category Archives: Playing on a Stage

Que Sera?

Evolution is Uneven, Unpredictable and Inevitable  

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Seeing The Music in the Makers

   

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Rosie Thomas Keeping Things Real With Sufjan

  Her songs are simple and childlike, and she is obviously on a subversive mission to hang on to that young spirit that fills them for as long as possible. I hope she is successful and I get a chance … Continue reading

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A Quote, A Poem, and A Very Short Story

By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is what we have not sufficiently desired. —Nikos Kazantzakis New Summer I stayed late to fix the gate on the first eve of summer I … Continue reading

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The New Pornographers Rock Very Tightly

Drummers are interesting. They are definitely a good reason to see a band play live. The drumming is a sensory experience that you must be in the room to fully appreciate. Often the drums are what drives the music, its … Continue reading

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