Ya think you are too old? Forget that. David Amram has been a significant treasure in jazz, folk, and orchestral music for-ev-er. And he’s not slowing down. I sent him my questions for a musician interview and he replied with this great letter. I share it with you with permission and glee. Letter from David […]
…Being silly is serious business and turning the diabolical madness on its head with humour and art changes its affect on us…
“Gypsy Heart” is a unique song in that it embraces the romance, passions, and mysteries of being a troubadour while acknowledging inevitable aging and the magic of a deeper perspective.
The Teacher Learns Love is about a thirty-something widow who comes to the Navajo Reservation to teach. It is a contemporary romance and one full of relevant issues applicable to many locals, such as clean water issues and joblessness. It is not only boy meets girl, though it is that!.
Interview? that’s hard….. But I can sit and talk with you. That’s different.
If you’ve never attended Kerrville Music Festival, you probably don’t know that it is a huge gathering of songwriters, players, listeners, and about 30,000 folks who belong. I have just returned from the Texas Hill Country after attending the 50th Annual celebration. I was only there for about one week out of the 18 days […]