Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Stepping Out

It's not my ears, it's my mind, grooved in musical habit.

That's why Denny and I go to the House Concerts at our neighbor's home--to hear what we don't know.  And experience the pulse of instrument and voice alive in the air, connecting people and cultures.
Bob Goldstein, Bill Hearne, and Lance Quadri, the Bill Hearne Trio, sing and play in a range of styles I don't choose often--folk, country and cowboy.  But the guys have great picking and sweet harmonies.  And I couldn't wait to see how many instruments Bob would play during the course of each song.  

Denny and I both had a good time rolling with the tunes. 

If you'd like a taste too, click the video below.  Feel free to tap your toes.

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  1. I think that I've no dislikes with music per se. What I do have profound issue is with the fanatic that holds that their music be it Classical, Trad, Folk, Country &/or Western, plugged or unplugged is THE music. I even like karaoke, that Art form for the semi-cut.
    Mind you, being dosed with a single genre can get a bit tedious. Anyhow I like the variety.

  2. That's some good picking.
    Thanks for sharing this.

  3. That was some real toe tappin' music, for sure. I bet you had a great evening.

  4. It is always fun hearing music that is made with love. This certainly qualifies - and yup - toes were a tappin'!

  5. Live music is awesome, especially if there are acoustic guitars. I don't generally like country and cowboy, either - but gimme some good ol' folk music any day!

    I've missed your posts, sorry I've been so busy I haven't gotten a chance to stop by. Good to be back!


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