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The Singular Chop Do Not Cut It

Just because you got a saxophone don’t mean you have to play it. It’s a joke among working musicians that not if but when a dude in the audience steps forward to the stage at a gig and says he plays harmonica and can he please stand in an...
by paulfogartysongs on Jan 22, 2014

How To Make A Living In Music By Gigging In Retirement Homes & More..

How To Make A Living In Music By Gigging In Retirement Homes & More.. This Is The First Ebook Of It’s Kind To Be Written. It Is Totally Unique & Genuine. It’s Aim Is To Bring To Light And Share What A Massive Opportunity There I...
by computers on Jan 20, 2013

How to Make a Living in Music by Gigging in Retirement Homes & More..

How to Make a Living in Music by Gigging in Retirement Homes & More.. This is the first ebook of it’s kind to be written. It is Totally Unique & Genuine. It’s aim is to bring to light and share what a Massive Opportunity there i...
by ─░nternet to make money on Oct 7, 2011

What Can A Plumbing Mishap, Teach Us About Music?

Yes, you can almost spin any topic into a music discussion!  I recently had the misfortune of suffering from a severely clogged kitchen sink.  This led to a lot of frustration, and some learning experiences as well.  Because we’r...
by Low Key Music Entertainment on May 22, 2011

Blog Post: Dancers, Parasites, and Beer.

Just returned from Crescent City (yesterday), near the California/Oregon border, where the band played a fan’s birthday party. Very nice, great food, great people who love blues and country and classic rock. Also, free rooms which meant beer-fu...
by ChrisHokeBlog.com on Sep 1, 2009

Blog Post: Strippers, Parasites, and Beer.

Just returned from Crescent City (yesterday), near the California/Oregon border, where the band played a fan’s birthday party. Very nice, great food, great people who love blues and country and classic rock. Also, free rooms which meant beer-fu...
by ChrisHokeBlog.com on Sep 1, 2009


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