It's quarter to 6 in the am on Thursday.
The sun is peaking up over my neighbors houses, and I can
hear 2 robins, and a house finch somewhere in the yard.
I find myself wishes lately that I lived somewhere
further away from the city. Someplace were I can see
more than a hand full of stars.
Here is a great Bob Dylan song that I started to cover.
It's been a year since I competed last so I decided I would give it a try at the Smithville Fiddler's Jamboree guitar contest. I was better prepared this year but still let the nerves get the best of me. My buddy Eric Beatty video taped the contest and is putting it all on youtube so I'll post a link when he does that. I got nervous and did not play the song as clean as I am capable of playing it and made too many mistakes. A little more polish, a lot more contests and hopefully I'll at least… Continue
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