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Time To Be Present!

Posted on August 7, 2013
I'm thinking of a new song about what almost everyone would like to have and haven't quite got the music down or even created to start broadcasting it but hopefully It will now manifest and come forth. Ha ha ha.
I  "discovered" a new radio station about a month ago while finally getting around to putting in a sound system into my workshop, (like I'd really be able to hear it there), and now I'm going to be moving. Damn. the good thing is I may wind up in Port Townsend, WA where the station is located! KPTZ is the best station I've heard since Whole Wheat Radio went off the air in Talkeetna, Alaska. Better than some college stations because they aren't as interesting and the quality is next to CBC Radio1 & CBC Radio 2, if you can pick up those Canadian stations.
I've played a couple times at the local Greenbank (WA) Store,sold CDs and been fed well by Brian Cedars, the owner.  And of course Angelo's Cafe in Oak Harbor,(on Whidbey Island) gives me a good crowd when I'm [...]
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Record Number of website visits

Posted on February 11, 2013
I believe the internet is the salvation for music. I have had so many requests and visits It's hard to keep up with the demand. Thank you to everyone who is downloading my music and or buying my  CDs. Thank you. I wish I could thank you individually and try when my schedule permits. Ciao for now. Steve

St. Augustine

Posted on May 20, 2012
Just got back from St. Augustine where I wrote a song that I feel really good about. A bonus is a local gang of fellow songwriters seemed to like it as well! More to come.

Lightfoot ahead in YouTube Numbers

Posted on November 9, 2011
I'm glad to see Gordon Lightfoot is pulling YouTube veiwers to me by way of watching me do covers of his.
Both Did She Mention My Name & Albert Bound are being received well.  Thanks Gord!

Song Disaster?

Posted on June 2, 2011
For What It's Worth Dept.
Almost had a disaster while using the computer to write a song. Nothing so mundane as hitting the wrong key and wiping out what I'd thought of. As I reached over and lifted a bottle of fountain pen ink over to the side, I hadn't screwed the lid tight and it spilled on my desktop and keyboard. I spent the next 2 days Q-tipping ink off the solid state circuitry  and managed to save it. Whew.  Lord knows why I don't stick to using my fountain pens.

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