Cambridge Audio Melomania Touch Earphones

Cambridge Audio Melomania Touch Earphones Music is a massive part of my life. It always has been and as I get older, it becomes more important and more ingrained in who I am. Not even music but sound itself, which is what music is. I own and have owned enough instruments to start several bluegrass……

Robert Hunter

[et_pb_section fb_built=”1″ _builder_version=”3.22″ custom_padding=”89px|0px|82px|0px|false|false” top_divider_style=”clouds2″ top_divider_color=”#0c71c3″ bottom_divider_style=”clouds2″ bottom_divider_color=”#0c71c3″ fb_built=”1″ _i=”0″ _address=”0″][et_pb_row _builder_version=”3.25″ background_size=”initial” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat” _i=”0″ _address=”0.0″][et_pb_column type=”4_4″ _builder_version=”3.25″ custom_padding=”|||” _i=”0″ _address=”0.0.0″ custom_padding__hover=”|||”][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.27.4″ background_size=”initial” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat” _i=”0″ _address=”0.0.0.0″]Here’s an ironic bit of foreshadowing I stumbled across tonight. Something I wrote obviously about 2 years ago prior to my stepdaughter’s mother divorcing me. There are……

The Smiths

Manchester Keats and Yeats are on your side. A band that has been at the top of my most played ever since I first listened to them is The Smiths. They go into a category that few bands/artists fall into which is that when I first heard them it was immediately life-altering. They were so……

John Perry Barlow and Bob Weir Writing Cassidy

Cassidy is a great acoustic piece released on Bob Weir’s 1972 solo album Ace. It contains a lot of interesting bits and pieces, as it’s a tribute to Neal Cassady, who was buddies with Jack Kerouac, both members of the Beat Generation and artists of words, albeit more spoken than written. They let others do……

Learning Guitar

My introduction to guitar was around age 12 or 13 when I won a classical Yamaha guitar from a radio promotion I’d entered. I remember my mother driving me to the radio station to pick it up and then me sitting on my bed in my bedroom wondering what in the world to do with……

Marketing Guitars

Guitar Marketing Two things I know about really well at this point in my life are marketing and guitars. And one of the hardest jobs there is must be marketing guitars. At least, marketing them successfully, which means increasing ROI, sustaining (if not growing)margins, decreasing costs, maintaining if not improving the target market segments’ perceptions……

The Queen is Dead Boys

This clip from 1962’s The L-Shaped Room is a right bit of fun: https://youtu.be/E_Ggz-iAxsA I don’t bless them Farewell to this land’s cheerless marshes Hemmed in like a boar between arches Her very Lowness with a head in a sling I’m truly sorry – but it sounds like a wonderful thing I said Charles, don’t……

Hope

All great guitarists, and many not-so-great, name their guitars. B.B. King famously played his “Lucille” and Jerry Garcia had names for his custom masterpieces like “Wolf,” and “Tiger” since that’s what was inlaid in their headstocks. His guitars became incredible musical machines and works of art in his later years. Stevie Ray Vaughn even named……