August222014
Late summer…Lefty’s.

Late summer…Lefty’s.

10AM
10AM
Rad.

Rad.

rad ford truck 

10AM
10AM
Up a Creek. Bellevue. Idaho

Up a Creek. Bellevue. Idaho

August52014
“Music is enough for a lifetime, but a lifetime is not enough for music.” Sergei Rachmaninov
2PM
Wicked…

Wicked…

2PM
2PM
This Wednesday! Valley tradition!!!!!

This Wednesday! Valley tradition!!!!!

July302014
Hanging with our favorite fiddler! Rebecca!!!

Hanging with our favorite fiddler! Rebecca!!!

1PM
Up a Creek/Old Death Whisper

Up a Creek/Old Death Whisper

1PM
UAC

UAC

1PM
“I learned to be quiet, listen, and pay attention.” Ry Cooder
July192014
Music…

Music…

July142014
“I can’t say when it occurred to me to write my own songs. I couldn’t have come up with anything comparable or halfway close to the folk song lyrics I was singing to define the way I felt about the world. I guess it happens to you by degrees. You just don’t wake up one day and decide that you need to write songs, especially if you’re a singer who has plenty of them and you’re learning more every day. Opportunities may come along for you to convert something—something that exists into something that didn’t yet. That might be the beginning of it. Sometimes you just want to do things your way, want to see for yourself what lies behind the misty curtain. It’s not like you see songs approaching and invite them in. It’s not that easy. You want to write songs that are bigger than life. You want to say something about strange things that have happened to you, strange things you have seen. You have to know and understand something and then go past the vernacular. The chilling precision that these old-timers used in coming up with their songs was no small thing. Sometimes you could hear a song and your mind jumps ahead. You see similar patterns in the ways that you were thinking about things. I never looked at songs as either ‘good’ or ‘bad,’ only different kinds of good ones.” Bob Dylan
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