Mentor/songwriter/performer/teacher/author Why am I interviewing so many people with connections to Kerrville Music Festival? Because that is where I have met so many amazing humans. Janet Feld teaches music lessons (live and virtually) for humanoids. I came to know her as a performer about a zillion years ago. How each of us shapes our path […]
AWESOME. Personal, very clever, funny, relaxed, and some of the best music I’ve ever heard live.
I have a great friend who knits socks. Today I washed my favorite special socks she made for me. She dyed the fleece, spun the yarn, and knitted them to fit me perfectly. If you think you can buy socks that are that special at any five-and-dime store for pennies, you don’t have a clue […]
We did an Interview with Still on the Hill last year and you responded. Donna Mulhollan (half of Still on the Hill) is a faceted artist, so I’m not surprised by all she’s been doing since the Pandemic has changed most of our plans. Sure, she’s that musician-songwriter-fiddler-performer… But I bet you can’t guess […]
Are you part of a writers’ group? It’s a few people who get together each week or month and share what they’ve been writing. It’s a time for constructive criticism, discussion, and occasionally commiseration. For a decade I was part of the Spavinaw Authors’ Guild in Gravette, Arkansas. We all had different backgrounds, skills, and […]
Thousands of people have not only heard about Kerrville Music Festival but have also attended. They can tell you about the first time they arrived and saw the big sign at the entrance to the ranch saying, “Welcome Home.” So what’s the big deal? If you have never attended, you might imagine a crush of […]