We must face our losses. Courage does not spare us from them. Courage’s work begins at the other end of honest acknowledgement. Grief
For many years, a member of my church who knows my weird tastes in music (if most people have never heard about it, I might
“…there is a playful randomness about what we find and read. Or rather, what finds us” When I first rekindled my interest in songwriting and
Johnny Cash, in many ways, lived as a prism of the last half of the twentieth century, at least a Southern version of that.
The truth is, the banjo, like all the indigenous music of the South, is another of those curious shadowy meeting places of black and white
The national outpouring of gratitude and mourning over the death of Andy Griffith goes on. It has spawned a jillion tribute video clips on YouTube