I tirelessly played with that drum set, not only from sitting on the throne with sticks banging away, but exploring every nook and cranny of the instrument with screwdrivers, drum keys and WD-40 in hand.
Tour Tales: Negatives on a Reelby Guest Blogger
Jun 29, 2016
We live in the in-betweens, you and me. When they’re working, we’re sleeping. When they’re playing, we’re working.
5 Things Cats Can Teach Us About Successby J.H. Moncrieff
Canada | Jun 28, 2016
From my vantage point of working and living with cats, I’ve noticed there’s a lot we can learn from these intelligent, affectionate-yet-choosy creatures.
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Practice a lot and make it fun. If it seems like work, you are screwed. If you practice for hours on end without having fun, then what is the point?Read More
Working as a session musician often feels like the closest I’ll ever become to being a magician.Read More
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Guest Blogger Stefan Jennings Batista has an enlightening talk with Delaney Allen, the successful and mindful photographer from Portland.Read More
I want to share three things that at some point during my 18 years didn’t go as I saw them going, three things that didn’t go as planned.Read More
This is more than just a “people die when they drive drunk” post, although that’s an important thing to remember anytime alcohol is involved.Read More