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Halloween is coming (someday giving away gut and tooth rotting candy will have given way to broccoli and apples without sugar coating)…

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So it’s interesting I got a note from ODAC they are having their annual general meeting on Oct. 22 at 5:30 p.m. in the St. James’ church auditorium. You should go.

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This thing usually happens in January and by the time it gets to a point it makes sense to write about January things every year it’s sold out.

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It’s a shame only about 200 people heard it. We’re a very small club. No one else will get to experience what we did.

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Many large music ensembles program their events with an easy tune or two off the top so everyone can catch a stride with long notes, moderate tempos, lots of time to warm up the lips and listen to each other for blend and balance. Not these folks.

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I think setting up a recording studio is an excellent idea and having spent a lot of time in studios working on videos and music I can vouch for how it can eat time like you wouldn’t believe.

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Where’s Bill Davis when you need him.

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It’s not really new, but it plays like new. It’s a refurbished Steinway concert grand, not one of those questionable Steinways made these days, but one from 1917,

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It’s so very hard to rank the 8 versions of the Gospel and Blues concerts, each has had its own unique moments (and several versions of Georgia), so I’ll just say this last one, being the freshest, was the best.

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