Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Tuskegee Airmen: and a Little Luck

I was already in the parking lot, in the car when I realized: There are four older, black gentlemen in the lobby … black trousers and red dinner jackets. That is not a coincidence. I got out, went back inside.  … Continue reading

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Bob Wills Place in the Western Swing World

Everybody knows Bob Wills. Well, there are kids with earphones on round-the-clock who don’t. But that is another story for another bottle of red wine. As a ten year-old, Bob played fiddle at his first ranch-dance in Limestone County, Texas. … Continue reading

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Sometimes You’re The Windshield

We had really good response, both in comments and on FaceBook, from the posting re: Country & Western lyrics … the on-going theme of play-on-words. Thanks. It seems appropriate to pass these on. Equally as entertaining was the recent flurry … Continue reading

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