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WHITE MAN'S REGGAE (A Music Rant about Sting)

 
Did an ex-school teacher named Gordon Sumner save the world of popular music back in 1979? Yes he did. Better known as Sting, fingering the bass while his band the Police managed to sum up the general mood of western civilization. 745 more words

Music Reviews

The Rest of the Little Things

Write A Short Story

This one was the hardest and the easiest of all the 32 Things.  I  had planned to write a short story and post it up here but ended up writing quite a few, and not having the bravery just yet to post any of them!   608 more words

The Flat Cap

On the publication trail

I have a few poems scheduled for publication soon so what better place to brag about that than my own blog?

Over the weekend I was delighted to receive an acceptance from the splendid Lunar Poetry, who are taking four of my poems for their next issue which is due out imminently. 217 more words

Poetry

Loveletter to unknown

Like in a movie. 

You know when someone finds an old letter to a loved one and it just happens to belong to the grandma or grandpa of a very handsome stranger. 148 more words

Bucket-list

Thank You Note

“This is not a goodbye, my darling, this is a thank you. Thank you for coming into my life and giving me joy, thank you for loving me and receiving my love in return.

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Random Thought

The Daily Cut: The Police "Message in a Bottle"

The Police: “Message in a Bottle”

ALBUM:  Reggatta de Blanc

YEAR:  1979

WRITER:  Sting

Although it was a Top 5 single in many countries, the U.S. 112 more words

Features

STING & THE CAST OF THE LAST SHIP ANCHOR AT 54 BELOW MONDAY IN NYC

Celebrating a cast reunion and the success of Sting & Trudie Styler’s newest red Tuscan wine
Message in a Bottle

The original cast and band of Sting’s Broadway show THE LAST SHIP reunited Monday evening, March 2nd to perform at 54 Below, the cabaret located at Manhattan’s Studio 54, for Songs in the Quay of Life – an eclectic evening featuring seafaring-themed music. 339 more words

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