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Episode 96 - 10 Good Gadgets
Today I talk about ten things I found which make life easier. I don't care if you are in a part-time bluegrass band, or a Norwegian Death Metal group, these same ten things can save your back and, in general, make your self-contained music show smoother.
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Now is the time to learn some Christmas Songs on that mandolin! My son Jackon did a great job putting this together and creating all of the notation and tab for the eBook--and he gets his spending money whenever you buy a copy. Jackson sends you his hearty thanks!
I mentioned "The Pony Express General Store" in this episode. I made a quick YouTube video to show the thing. Here it is:
The closing music for this episode is a live tape of "Electric Oom". This was a band that lasted only one night. David Ellis and I performed one night at Especially For You (dumbest name ever for a restaurant!) in College Park, Georgia. He and I just jammed for a couple of hours for $50 each. I taped it and that is what you are hearing.
By the way, the name for band was derived from a door that was near the bathrooms in that place. They had a door with lettering on it that said "Electric _oom." The "R" had fallen off. I showed it to David and we agreed that was a good band name.