Feb 26, 2018
I got my first "real" bass guitar in 1977. Up until that time. For an entire year. I had been playing the four bass strings on my sisters acoustic guitar.
At the same time. A new funk band who called themselves "Slave," released a song called "Slide." That song became my bass playing anthem! I drove my family crazy...
Feb 18, 2018
This episode. I introduce you to Nana. My grandmother, my dad’s mom. “Nana” stories are never ending! Along with my parents. Nana was a major influence in my life. A few months ago. My brother and I were talking. Often he and I talk about our childhood. It’s impossible to discuss those days and not have Nana...
Feb 11, 2018
There are moments in life that we experience as being bad and painful. During those times. We're conflicted, can we smile, laugh or do anything that might suggest having fun during those "bad" moments. And what will others think?
Pam Griffin's story tells how she learned from her mom that there's no shame at all.
Feb 4, 2018
Like most young men. Their first car is their pride and joy. I was no exception! But I quickly realized. Owning this car was a disaster. One sentence from my grandfather about the car summed it all up and taught me a lesson which I continue to benefit from to this very day. When I hear the song "Africa" by the band...