Omg! I MUST Have these tickets! Great prize!
Tedious screenplay, but good performances.
Thank you for letting me know and for being civil.
Have to agree about NOTS.
Also, kudos to Rocket Science for doing their work without elbowing out the audience which often happens when video is going on.
Re: 20-75. A master guitarist at work, indeed. Except it's Reggie Young, not Teenie, on that track. Young later went on to fame as part of Chips Moman's house band at American Studio backing up Elvis, Bobby Womack, Joe Tex, Dusty Springfield, B.J. Thomas, The Box Tops, etc. He's the guitarist on most of Willie Mitchell's recordings up until around 1966 when he left Hi and joined up with Chips. Teenie cited Reggie as his all time favorite guitarist.
In addition to the Mighty Souls getting some stage time with the good Doctor, the bulk of the excellent horn section that performed during the rest of the show were Memphians as well, including former leader of the Jumpin' Chi Chis Reid McCoy as 'guest trumpeter', New Orleans ex-pat Brian "Breeze" Cayolle on sax, and Gary Topper also on sax. I was wondering at first why the trombone player/musical director was having to read the names of the horn players off of a piece of paper during the band introductions but quickly realized why when I heard the names and when she said that "Breeze" got the horn section together for the show.
"Hanging on the Telephone" was written by Peter Case and Paul Collins while they were in The Nerves.
Regardless of what anyone thinks, I thought it was a great series!
Nice story, Bill. Sounds about right.
You're not far off. I was actually working at escape artists entertainment, the production company that developed this project, when it was just getting off the ground. I asked one of the other assistants, "why the equalizer?" He told me, "Todd (Black) likes the title. The Equalizer. He thinks it would look good on a poster." So there you have it - a first hand account of the level of thought that goes into the average Hollywood movie.
Buncombe County Government, et al, should be held accountable for denying the people their 1st Amendment regarding CTS and other corruption in local government. The media also plays a part in this conspiracy to cover-up. Check out Landis, et al v. Buncombe County Government, et al 1:14-cv-00146 Civil Rights Lawsuit filed Pro se becuse No Attorney will step up to fight the corruption in the Big Boys Club.
Let's get a DVD of "Meanwhile in Memphis" out
Hey everyone! This event will take place on Saturday the 27th, not tonight! Mark your calendars!
Wonderfully written about a genius musician. Thank you Paul. gfm
Thank you Paul, Shawn loved you too
Paul, what a wonderfully moving article on Shawn! He truly was an amazing one of a kind musician with awe inspiring talent! I'm so thankful to have known him & to have been able to hear his talent! Thanks so much for sharing this!
Shawn's music will forever leave a mark in our lives.
thank you Paul Shawn loved you too!!!!
I purposely waited weeks before commenting on this one. "Art does imitate life."
Motorcycle Madness was awesome! Even in the rain.
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