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Beautiful Women Playing Tuba pt. 51

Without further ado I present to you, the most beautiful Theriogenologist in Houston, Stephanie!

P.S. Gig tonight at the Continental Club in Austin, TX! Show starts at midnight.


Tuesday poem: Music notes

music notes

piano accordian
the lung that smiles

haversack guts fart

less said the better

P.S. Cottier

A tiny poem, or notes towards a poem.   220 more words


Well this is ridiculous!


Fun fact: that specific kind of Tuba is called a Sousaphone. John Philips Sousa wrote many marches and he wanted a tuba in the marching band but they were too big to carry. 18 more words

Instrument Lessons

St. James Infirmary Blues, Jackson Square, New Orleans, November 10, 2014

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New Orleans

Happy Birthday, Mr. Sax and Mr. Sousa!

Today we wish very happy birthdays to Adolphe Sax and John Philip Sousa, two musical pioneers who changed the course of music history and instrumental music as we know it. 222 more words


Beautiful Women Playing Tuba pt. 50

It is my utmost pleasure to introduce to you, the most beautiful burlesque dancer from Baltimore by way of New Orleans, the great Nona Narcissse! 26 more words



In band, the instrument I play is sousaphone. For nearly six years my section has been begging for new, all brass sousaphones. Last week, they arrived like the Promised Land. 116 more words