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Yay! I thought I was TDPRI's only Ray Phiri fan! (Love Buddy, Ronnie, and Paul, too.)
Jerry said: "Any music is better than no music."
But he never heard Taylor Swift.
Oops! Gotta run! Here come the Negativity Police! . . .
I want it. I think I'll see if he'll waive the shipping costs . . . .
I hate negativity!
And I must say, I love the old British, Irish, and Scottish folk songs with all that Foll-dee-roll-dee-dum-day-o.
It's a Westerly! Go give it a strum before someone else scarfs it up!
Even if it needs a neck reset (not likely), it's a great find.
I used to put on Emmy Lou Harris's "Cimarron." Worked for me.
Yup! Loved those guys.
Along the same lines, most people don't realize that Country Joe and the Fish and Ten Years After were jam bands. The...
Love those guys. Thanks!
With my new bank account, they gave me a toaster.
It's fine for sliced bread, but I still need a roaster.
It's like Tom Waits said: "Never trust a man in a blue trenchcoat. Never drive a car when you're dead."
And you want a D# because . . . ?
Unless the musician is a tool.
The only good reason it get a signature on your guitar to to have a signature on your guitar.
It'll mean something to you, which is nice. But...
I'd love a Mossman or a Grammer.
And I should've bought that Robin Ranger when I saw it in a shop for $400.
You're using a Snark for spell-checking? Now THAT's cool!
Does ignoring texts mean you're cool? That would make me the coolest guy alive. But I thought ignoring texts just means you're ignoring texts.
I've never answered a text in my life.
I'm never scared to try what I can't afford. A thin budget can save you a lot of money!
I like the stripes up, not down.
For no good reason, I posted a few songs on reverbnation.com a while back.
I've lost the original recording of one of them. Is there a way to...
Same here. I semi-talk a lot of my songs, so melody is less of an issue.
I have a friend who sings three of my songs at his gigs. And he makes 'em sound a lot better than I ever will.
So I'm just unabashedly...
Yikes! Song writing is how I get away from taking myself seriously. When I write a song, I untuck my shirt, kick my shoes off, and say whatever...