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3. Friends of Bill W at Kerrville

3. Friends of Bill W at Kerrville

| April 18, 2014 | Reply

That first festival came around after I had seven months of sobriety under my belt. In those seven months between October 1980 and May 1981, I had become very used to getting in-town help from my 12-step friends, nightly and sometimes during the day as well. The prospect of going 5 or 6 days without […]

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2. Volunteering has its rewards

2. Volunteering has its rewards

| April 16, 2014 | Reply

(Not sure what I’m going to do about photos for these little blurbs, and I’m a great believer in artwork with every article. I’ll figure something out.) *************** You might have guessed it — it was a musician, the man of my dreams (at the time), that got me started in it all. After divorcing […]

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1. In the beginning…

1. In the beginning…

| April 15, 2014 | 3 Replies

This series could go on for quite some time, and could quit any moment. It will be ‘blog’ style, and basically the story of my life in the music business. It’s kind of a ‘have to’ because of the flood of memories that swooshed around me as I drove to, arrived at, and remain at Quiet […]

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Oak Ridge Boys offering a special Fans Night Out

Oak Ridge Boys offering a special Fans Night Out

| April 8, 2014 | Reply

Press release issued through Webster PR NASHVILLE – One of the most loved and best selling groups in all of country music is set to release their first ever live hits album Boys Night Out on April 15, and to celebrate this momentous occasion, the band has partnered with its label Cleopatra Records and digital distributor The Orchard to […]

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DLR & LJT @ L&W, Shiner Sunday

DLR & LJT @ L&W, Shiner Sunday

| April 7, 2014 | Reply

By MJF Shiner Sundays at Love & War bring out the best in everyone, whether musician or music fan. Sunday’s (April 6, 2014) was no different. Darryl Lee Rush and Larry Joe Taylor played on stage, encouraged and appreciated by their numerous fans. And those fans who came for Darryl Lee stayed for Larry Joe, […]

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