Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Dusty Woods Story, Part 2

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Just a note about the last post to update about the Turbulents… Jack became a vet and owns his own animal hospital, Greg went on to become a Rhodes scholar and a professor of anthropology.  I spent 50 years playing country music in low bars.  I still have to wonder where they went wrong. Anyway, after the Turbulents I bummed… Read more »

The Dusty Woods Story (Sort Of)

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My first instrument (the first I actually played at least) was the accordion.  Back in those dim, dark days of the fifties parents were told, “It’s a heckuva instrument – a band all by itself” and so my folks bought me an accordion and signed me up for lessons. My first paying gig (and several more after that) were on… Read more »