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"Green" Photos by Michael Delott Photography

5 comments

  • Pam Held
    Pam Held Bucerias, Mexico
    We would love to come to the performance on Feb. 2 in La Cruz. Count us in!

    We would love to come to the performance on Feb. 2 in La Cruz. Count us in!

  • Bryan
    Bryan La Cruz, MX
    Great! We'll see you at Osos this Thursday, Pam!

    Great! We'll see you at Osos this Thursday, Pam!

  • Karen Kent
    Karen Kent Carbondale
    Hi The Starwood concert was fabulous. I can't find when you will be playing at the hotsprings pool again like last year. Did I miss it? Thank you, KK Thanks Karen, you can check my website schedule page for all the dates. No more Hot Springs scheduled but other dates are coming up for this area.

    Hi The Starwood concert was fabulous. I can't find when you will be playing at the hotsprings pool again like last year. Did I miss it? Thank you, KK

    Thanks Karen, you can check my website schedule page for all the dates. No more Hot Springs scheduled but other dates are coming up for this area.

  • Mike Whiteaker
    Mike Whiteaker Kansas City,KS
    Hi. This is kind of an off the wall question, from long, long ago. Years ago, both my sister and I were music majors at Warrensburg, MO. Back then, it was CMSC. She once commented on hearing some saxophone player in one of the practice rooms, running up and down scales like nobody's business. I think I remember hearing, too, but I could just be remembering through sibling osmosis, from her. I happened to mention it to her once and she said it was a guy named Bryan Savage, or maybe it was Brian Savage. I'm not sure when she heard you, but she started there a few years before I did. I was there in the early 70s, about 1971 to '74. So, I didn't know if that might have been you. I know you didn't have to be enrolled in college there, to get into the music building. She graduated and was a music teacher for about 30 years before retiring. I only went about 3 years before I had enough. I didn't want to be a teacher. Later, I noticed that there was a Bryan Savage who is friends with mutual friends of mine and he plays saxophone. I know Bryan Savage might not be that unusual of a name, but someone with that name who also plays saxophone is more rare. I was just wondering if this was you, and if it was, it's sure a small world. Of course, I played in bands and we played at the Galliton Youth Center a lot, and even Steve Hawkin's bands played there, too. The band I remember most of his was Slaughterhouse. So, if this is you and you want to be friends on FB, I'm Mike Whiteaker there and of course, Steve and Jenifer are friends, along with others you might know. And if this wasn't you, or you just want me to buzz off, that's fine, too. Either way, It's been nice talking with you. Mike Whiteaker

    Hi. This is kind of an off the wall question, from long, long ago. Years ago, both my sister and I were music majors at Warrensburg, MO. Back then, it was CMSC. She once commented on hearing some saxophone player in one of the practice rooms, running up and down scales like nobody's business. I think I remember hearing, too, but I could just be remembering through sibling osmosis, from her.
    I happened to mention it to her once and she said it was a guy named Bryan Savage, or maybe it was Brian Savage. I'm not sure when she heard you, but she started there a few years before I did. I was there in the early 70s, about 1971 to '74.
    So, I didn't know if that might have been you. I know you didn't have to be enrolled in college there, to get into the music building. She graduated and was a music teacher for about 30 years before retiring. I only went about 3 years before I had enough. I didn't want to be a teacher.
    Later, I noticed that there was a Bryan Savage who is friends with mutual friends of mine and he plays saxophone. I know Bryan Savage might not be that unusual of a name, but someone with that name who also plays saxophone is more rare.
    I was just wondering if this was you, and if it was, it's sure a small world. Of course, I played in bands and we played at the Galliton Youth Center a lot, and even Steve Hawkin's bands played there, too. The band I remember most of his was Slaughterhouse.
    So, if this is you and you want to be friends on FB, I'm Mike Whiteaker there and of course, Steve and Jenifer are friends, along with others you might know. And if this wasn't you, or you just want me to buzz off, that's fine, too. Either way, It's been nice talking with you.
    Mike Whiteaker

  • Bryan Savage
    Bryan Savage
    Hi Mike, Yes I was there '67 to '72, taking classes and mostly living in the music building practice rooms-ha. Playing with the Broadway Clique band, mostly, in those days. Great to hear from you!

    Hi Mike, Yes I was there '67 to '72, taking classes and mostly living in the music building practice rooms-ha. Playing with the Broadway Clique band, mostly, in those days.

    Great to hear from you!

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