Tag Archives: music

Poem: She Danced Her Way Through the Morning

She danced her way through the morning

The songs of the night before singing in her mind

If anyone could see her they might question such unabashed joy

They might be afraid of such raw emotion

But, she was alone with her thoughts

No one was going to see her smile

No one would see her dance through her day

Her happiness was hers alone

She knew that what she was feeling was special

And never guaranteed

So she cherished every moment of it

And since the music continued to play in her thoughts

She just kept on dancing


Good weekend listening!




Comedian Sue Ceswick from Portland.  You’ll love her.


We talk about:

…starting out in the Portland comedy scene, mostly, but specifically:

the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, TAFKATAFKAP (The Artist Formerly Known as ‘The Artist Formerly Known as Prince’), James Adomian, Pete Holmes, Helium Comedy Club, Portland’s Funniest Person Contest, Gabe Dinger, did bomb or not did bomb?, Suki’s open mic, heckling, Sean Connery, Crystal Kordowski, Whitney Streed, Ian Karmel, Richie Stratton, Curious Comedy Theater



Click on the play button to listen:



If the audio player is not visible, don’t fret…just go to this link:






Hey folks! I’d really like to make a living doing something I love (it would even make these shows a ton better in the process).  It’s really easy to help…


If you like what I’m doing:

1) …say so on…

View original post 127 more words

Check out this awesome Blog featuring Podcasts by my friend Sam Davis. Topics include Music, Comedy, Activism, and Life! This one here is when he found an old suitcase in his house full of home recordings of a musician who lived there in the 40’s. Check it out and follow his blog to get his shows! Cheers!


We found a suitcase in an old house of mine that was full of home recordings of a musician who lived there in the ’40s.

Here are some of my favorites, including a recording of a New Year’s party from December 31, 1945.



Lowry Dreger (& the Dreger Family)

We Talk About:

New Year’s Eve, found objects, home-made records, World War II, ‘After You’ve Gone’-Turner Layton/Henry Creamer, ‘Side by Side-Harry Wood, ‘Slippin around’-Floyd Tillman, ‘My Blue Heaven’-Walter Donaldson/George A. Whiting, ‘Blue Skies’-Irving Berlin, Auld Lang Syne


View original post