Tour de Claire has added some dates, so by the time orchestra season is over I'll have played 8 concerts in 6 weeks! That's a lot of 🎶 to learn...and I have an audition coming up sooo it's always time to practice 🎻
For our 9th Anniversary special — we're gonna find out if @albertsasongko is as tough as his product. Will he stand the beating like the product that he stands for? Will he survive?
This past 9 years won't be great without your support. We still have many challenges moving forward, with you looking back never been so good, which drive us towards the future and always be a reminder that our passion to gave you quality cases what makes us to day . Thank you for trusting us to protect your gear!
Vaya aquí mi humilde (y libre) homenaje a esta melodía que nunca me había animado a tocar. Hoy dije "es el día".
Una de las líneas de bajo más lindas y difíciles del rock progresivo. El maestro Chris Squire nos demostró con esto lo que es una base bien compuesta.
Bajo con cuerdas nuevas, un poco de compresión, y adentro.
¡A disfrutar de este moño!
🔴Full recording on YOUTUBE now🔴
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رثاء شهداء الكويت ١٩٩٠
Elegy Cycle: no. 3 Elegy to 1990 victims
This Elegy Cycle has no connection with any political, religious or racial group and neither does it seek to support any such organizations. It is purely a humanistic comment on the unrest and cruelty which results from mans in-humanity towards his follow man. The elegy cycle is dedicated to all peoples without distinction or discrimination for is there really any difference between the suffering of the parent of a murdered child in Palestine or the loss of entire families and communities as a result of the Holocaust in Europe? This cycle is my personal attempt to provide some space for us all to remember our own humanity and to reflect on the consequences of what happens when this humanity becomes confused or lost.
As a teenager I dreamt of a beautiful world where children were unaware of the tears of suffering and flowers seemed never to die. I dreamt of a world that knew nothing of hatred or war. Mine was a world in which no one was hungry and everyone lived in a place that they were able to call their home. People lived lives that were free from oppression and tyranny and instead lived lived filled with love, compassion and joy.
Today I still dream of this world and truly believe that it can become a reality if we are both prepared and willing to learn from what had gone before. While listening to my composition, I invite you to pause and reflect on what are arguably some of the blackest events in our history. But I also ask that after you have listened you will join me in committing yourself to making the dreams I had a reality for our future.
Thank you for sharing in these dreams
The weekend is over and boy was it a fun one! MAJOR thanks to @catscradlenc and @thesteeldrivers for making last night AWESOME, and thanks to everyone who made it out to see us Saturday at @brewgalooraleigh! ✌🏼 Have a great week!
Happy Monday friends - hope you guys had a good weekend. Experimenting with some different sounds over some shuffly stuffs. Stoked to be on the week grind again and get some work done. So, in-case you missed it over the weekend, the loop masters at Orlandodrummer.com and I are rolling out a 6 song loop pack. Check @insta_chops page for more information - we'll be previewing each loop over the weekends for the coming weeks. So honored and proud to be able to work with some amazing musicians and even more excited to share these with you all. Let me know if you guys have any questions! Enjoy your week! 😘
I found this in my phone.
I don't remember when I did it.
Maybe it was for my Portuguese class in high school.
I think I failed that class.
Also, that's my mom's guitar.