Just had a very cool week taking Jacie Sails down to Cabbage Key, FL for my first mobile podcast. Gotta run for now, as a storm’s a-brewin’, and I need to get ‘er packed up and get on the road to ATL. FYI, the pic here is of Jacie Sails heading North up the Intracoastal Waterway…which we did a lot of! I did sail nonstop down the Gulf to get to Boca Grande and Cabbage Key, though…
Woo-HOO! Just a note to say that The Multimedia Ninja podcast is now LIVE. We’re going to be discussing tips, tools and advice for content creators in a wide variety of related “fields”…video, audio/music, graphic design, photography, you name it.
We have an AWESOME first guest, so just head over to TheMultimediaNinja.com to check out the debut episode. You should be able to subscribe to “The Multimedia Ninja” podcast on iTunes shortly, but you can already subscribe manually at http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheMultimediaNinja …
You don’t hear THIS tune often in a jazz set! Thanks to Kennith Drake for the footage from the August 15th “Jazz on the Lawn” performance at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center. With me are: Karen Greene, sax; Dan Coy, gtr; Joe Reda, bass; Jorel “JFly” Flynn, drums; and Chuck Bithorn, percussion.
…and the hits just keep coming! Just wanted to share a nice write-up by Mark Gresham in ArtsATL.com on the Callanwolde “Jazz on the Lawn” concert. We had a great time, great band, great audience, and a sold out show. What more could a fella want?!?? Here is the article link.
Man, what a week! Major RAID drive snafu. John saved my dinghy. Spent some quality time with the British Consul General and a number of my musician friends… And today: rehearsal with The Most Interesting Band In The World for tomorrow’s concert at Callanwolde amphitheater.
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Glad to report that my dad’s book, Depression Baby, is now available on Kindle at http://bit.ly/DepressionBaby. Pops has actually been blogging (since 2008!) about various things, including growing up during the Great Depression in Western North Carolina. With just a bit of prodding, he decided that turning some of these stories into a collection in book form might be a cool idea.
Obviously, the content is a little different from some of the crazy works that I put out; but I think these stories are pretty cool, so if you might be interested to hear more about a time when people worked harder, had less, and still got along better, I encourage you to check it out! Available for a limited time for $3.99 at http://bit.ly/DepressionBaby. -Bradford