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If you're looking for "I Spys," dating or LTRs, this is your scene.
If you're looking for full-on kink or group play, you'll get what you need here.
Good thing to know that there's still white women out there who can expound on the gender dynamics of Mario Kart while driving nearly every last person of color out of Brooklyn via gentrification #StayWoke
I've seen SB a few times and I think they are fantastic.
well done! But John Townsend plays the drum kit, not Saraca!
Wow! Great article.. very inspiring. Is there a way to find a schedule of where they are playing?
Wow ... great article. Inspiring! Is there any way to find out the schedule of where they are playing?
WEXP ("Experience 105.1") was actually on during the '90s, not the '80s. The station signed on in Spring '94 and came off the air in Summer '95.
Great list! I love obscure Christmas music. Here's a playlist of some lesser-known Christmas songs: https://open.spotify.com/user/qaz23/playlist/22Hs4AlaOFExwI0cOEBHSj
Mr. Martello and my father Sam Armstrong have been playing together for many years. They recently just play together during the jazz fest at the Vermont Pub and Brewery.
Mr Martello, is a great man. it is nice to see the respect that has earned. Keep playing Mike!
What a beautiful article you wrote about my Uncle Mike. He is a music legend and playing makes him happy. We, his family are so very proud of him. He is very much loved.
Beautiful piece - - beautiful player!
It's really lovely that they put this sequel out. So many of my friends over time (and I) have been hoping for one. It will become as well-used, and well-loved as the first version by so many.
I feel that Blood and Patterson blew one thing: the hand-drawn titles and lyrics gave Rise Up Singing and extra-special warm feel. If they ever read this comment, I'd humbly like to ask them to consider that for their third volume.
If you're going to get this songbook, please buy not from Amazon, but from either their site www.riseupandsing.org or an independent bookshop where you live -- http://www.indiebound.org/book/9781495031236 (in either size).
Don't know. Producers, and record labels alike, still hate the idea of a band in 2016. Bands were trouble. Sole individuals like Grace or Kat are easier to deal with, and as long as you don't let that band make their presence known too strongly, everything will work out just fine. The truly great producers of the past knew how to take all of the immense talent and let it run without running amok or runing over each other, but still produce works that were beautiful in total. If Led Zeppelin came together in 2017 as a bunch of brand-new kids some producer would be saying "yeah Robert you sing, and you other guys, just don't play so damn loud back there, ok?" Just IMHO. Love!
Can you sing us a lullaby, dear Kat, on this sad day after the election? We the people, need some comforting and healing balm.
Great history and future Tsunamibots! Glad my TRS-80 model 1 level 1 managed to keep up. I'm happy to be part of it.
- Rick Cramer, Mastering Engineer & Prime Minister of Robotic Sound. Thank you for the honor of my title.
Grace is a remarkable artist, performer and person. Her band has an incredible energy and personality. I am so grateful I had the opportunity to watch her perform live.
Exactly, Egmatic. Not to mention that picture of her tells me what she is selling - and it's not music.
Driving up from Tennessee to Burlington as we speak specifically for this festival. I was born and raised in Miami and still live there. My mom bought an old farmhouse on 21 acres in TN and is renovating it. She is uniquely going back to her Roots while I'm venturing into and up through this beautiful counrty and VT is an ideal destination for this journey together.
Great festival, but for that headliner. This article shows her lack of depth and the complete sell-out her career is. But good for her, if what she wants is money and Hollywood and all that superficial crap.
Maybe my access is blocked because of my browser, but I couldn't connect to the Queen Louisa track.
Wow, "Pretty Lousy" is actually pretty great! He's got a nice mixture of uptempo and downtempo songs, too. I quite enjoyed it.
The UnKommon album, to be honest, isn't the style to which I typically listen, but those rappers clearly have a lot of style and skill. I hear a couple of different approaches to rapping switching things up.
Good thing to know that there's still white women out there who can expound on the gender dynamics…