The other day, I was at a seminar and heard that people who are younger than I am (lots of people) are “digital natives.” Currently, I am still a digital stranger trying to figure things out, in the best ways possible.
At this minute, I’ve gone wild with good music, now that I’ve learned (I hope) the simple (?) task of posting a music link.
Thank you for being so patient with me while I learn to walk and talk better in the digital world. Tonight, the hope is to post links about my son and his band again, because the band is that good, like I said Saturday. (It’s not just me. The band also got excellent reviews last year in the Boro Pulse, Nashville Scene and The Dirty Lowdown).
Thank you also, to all who listened here and “liked” the excellent progressive rock music.
The two tracks I sent, which I’m trying to send again, are Kemosabe and Cig Flip. The band is The GoldRoom (spelled just that way). Besides the music link, the other link is to a review I wrote after hearing the band in person last spring at Rock-the-Relief 2012 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
As I said, my son and the other band members have kept their day jobs, so far and Lord willing. I don’t think they’re playing music together right now, for various reasons. (Hoping to keep you posted:)
The band has never made much money making music, which is one reason they’ve always played pure music, for people everywhere. (Look at all the places their music traveled, and is traveling again:)
Real people. Pure sound. Play loud, again! (And thank you!)
For my daughter too:) http://whitehothair.com/2012/05/08/ask-anything-2/