When people gather, music can inspire and connect, as I’ve said many times before in reference to tropical island vacations, night clubs, and ceremonies. But music, and especially worship music

Music Through Plastic Cubes

Music still communicates through clear plastic cubicles. Many things about the past year of Covid nightmare have been challenging, but none more for the musician than live shows. At one
This week I was standing on the corner in Winslow, Arizona. Although there was indeed a flatbed Ford waiting for tourists such as myself, I guarantee you I slowed down no

Music and Presentations

Music makes a presentation go way better.   I work with a lot of musicians and educators and church people doing a lot of varied tasks of creativity and administration.

Music is up Early

I heard live music playing in a dark building early on a Sunday morning. So much of what goes into being “good” at something is the number of hours you do

Help, I Make Music!

1,000 people have helped me make music. It is true that many people have helped me make music over the years. I don’t know all of their names and they may
I played a lead solo with my teeth last Saturday, as one does.   Rock n roll is all of crazy antics since its birth in the 1950s America, some

Music Wafts

Music was wafting across the beach parking lot and onto my boat cockpit. This past weekend I invited some friends and colleagues aboard my small sailboat at a company picnic

Music is Nurturing

I read an article last week about the amazing young man, Noah Wall, in England, born with 2% of his brain function. He was nurtured by his parents with therapy

Diversity in Music

No one group of people owns any type of music. As the “Music is Important” blogger, I highlight every style of music and bring stories from my interactions with music wherever