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April 22, 2016

He boarded the plane
Just as Patty Griffin sang
Gotta let him fly

Haiku

On April 20, 2004.

On April 20.2004, “Ato Records” label released “Impossible Dream” the fourth Patty Griffin studio album. “Impossible Dream” was produced by Craig Ross.

Personnel:

Heavenly Day

In addition to the most perfect New Orleans day, this post if obviously inspired by Patty Griffin. “Heavenly Day” was on one of the CDs we played our campers at Camp DeSoto, where I worked as a counselor in college. 408 more words

Louisiana

“Signs, signs, everywhere there's signs…”


 Tesla (or the Five Man Electrical Band).
I’m not going to quote their expletives, but I will agree with them.
There are always signs. 1,228 more words

Friday News and Notes

Happy tournament y’all! Crazy first day of games. Early exits for Baylor, Arizona, and Purdue… should be a fun weekend. Until then, a few news and notes: 225 more words

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PEOPLE GET READY -Curtis Mayfield

No anecdotal attachment here, as such. It feels like this great modern gospel song has always been around. In fact when I was younger,  I might have thought of it as a version of some other train/salvation metaphor songs – didn’t the Seekers or the Settlers or the Rennies sing one about ‘the Gospel train’? 683 more words

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Another Great Musician Appears At The 2016 Lowell Summer Music Series

The next show announcement for the 2016 Lowell Summer Music Series is a big one! Patty Griffin will be making her first appearance at the Series and opening the 2016 season on Friday, June 10th! 540 more words