I hope to be. My schedule keeps getting crazier and crazier so it’s hard to fit everything in. I’ll do my best.
I wasn’t sure exactly what was going on since I was paying more attention to playing, but I can ban people and will do that next time if I have to.
Yep, that’s exactly how it works. But for me I try to pick songs that I also really enjoy playing and singing otherwise it’s sort of just going through the motions. But you’re right, and thanks for the advice.
That has actually been a constant battle that I have had in the past trying to figure out what I like best. Right now I have settled on either medium gauge Martin SP’s or medium gauge Elixir Nanoweb Phosphor Bronze. The Elixir’s seem to last forever.
This Bridge was inspired by an email that a solider sent to me about his difficulties with post traumatic stress and resuming his normal life after returning from Iraq. He asked if I had thought about a writing a song that pertained to the war. Instead of focusing on what we all know about how terrible war can be, I focused on the story that most people don’t think about, and that is what happens after a solider returns home and the difficulties the families also go through.
I’m so glad you were able to relate to the song and thanks so much for being interested in hearing more about the story behind the song. Thank you for your service!
thanks! i don’t know when I’ll be in Australia but I’m sure I’ll put out plenty of announcements if I ever do travel that way.
well, thank you and thanks for taking a listen!
thanks so much. hope you have a great holiday season as well.