New Orleans, I'm sure, is a better gig than Flag! Quite a bit more
happening there . . . teheheheeeee. Monsoons sold to a guy who had a
used CD store downtown. He gave me a chance to buy into it, but I
didn't have the money, and I wasn't sure it was for me. He's
improved it and now has bigger and varying bands from all over.
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, rick_n_la <no_reply@y...>
> >>Are ya still playing music?? Do ya ever make it over here?<<
> Yep, scary way to make a living but I'm keeping my head above
water. I haven't played Monsoon's in Flagstaff for years - mostly
just gigging in California and occasionally
> New Orleans. I've been working primarily with these two groups,
and a few local ones:
> (Shameless plug here - it's good to be moderator - LOL!)
> > >On your post to the meteorologist with the Yuma radar, I was
> wondering what the image looked like that you sent? Was it one of
> the pics with it blasting out into the Pacific?<<
> Exactly right. It was forwarded to me by AD a committed L.A.
activist who I have met and admire greatly.