Last week I paid a repeat visit to Bowling Green, OH – that place is apparently fertile ground for me. A number of things in the works up there, including a possible performance of RedLine by Bruce Moss and the Wind Ensemble at the North Central Division CBDNA Conference March 10th, the Emily Freeman Brown and the BGSU Philharmonia’s forthcoming “New Music from Bowling Green” CD that contains “Loose Id for Orchestra,” and a much bigger, completely-nebulous-at-this-stage, but quite exciting possibility which I will talk about much later, if it comes to fruition.
The highlight of the trip, though, was my induction into the social scene by local hostess extraordinaire, principal cellist of the Philharmonia, and all around swell gal, Beth. She makes a mean pomegranate margarita, as seen here in her capable hands:
Many thanks to you, Ernie, Maggie, and your posse for a fun week. Best Journey sing-a-long EVER.
A special shout-out to my man Triple-C, whose palindromic lyrical genius cannot be repeated here: keep speakin’ truth to power, brutha. Grumpy Dave’s will have your picture on the wall someday, I’m sure of it.