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Hope Springs Eternal

ST.LOUIS – It is a rabid baseball’s fan’s dream.  My room at the St. Louis Hilton at the Ballpark overlooks the new Busch Stadium.  It’s a beautiful park, designed in the style of Camden Yards and Turner Field.  The Cards moved in here for the 2006 season.  The room itself is decorated with framed photos of Cardinal players of old like Rogers Hornsby, Stan Musial, Enos Slaughter, and the...

Heading Home…

I am writing this sitting in the airport lounge in Newport News, Virginia.  My return flight has been delayed for more than an hour, which is a bummer because I am so ready to be home. It’s been an unbelievably busy, hectic week, but a very rewarding one.  I will post more about the Wave Conference later, and I hope to include a video of Alvin Slaughter singing “This I Know” a stirring song that...

Jekyll Island getaway

Jekyll Island, GA — This patch of land springing out between the ocean and the Intercoastal Waterway is referred to as “Georgia’s Jewel.”  In its history it has been a colonial outpost, a plantation for an expatriot French nobleman, home of the most exclusive club in the world, an abandoned millionaire ghost town, and now a unique tourist destination. Jekyll Island is only nine miles from...

Walking in Memphis

Then I’m walking in Memphis Walking with my feet ten feet off of Beale Walking in Memphis But do I really feel the way I feel I took an hour for lunch today and just like the song says I went walking in Memphis.  For a musician, this town is full of history.  They say the blues was born on Beale, two blocks over from the Peabody Hotel where I’m staying. After decades of decay and decline, Beale Street...

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