[The preliminaries, a Class of ’65 reunion lunch at Angelina’s.]
[Did someone mention, Halloweenie?]
[The event . . . ]
Musician and songwriter, Bill Staines, has 26 recordings to his credit and has written over 300 songs, many of which have been recorded by the likes of Peter, Paul, and Mary, Makem and Clancy, Nanci Griffith, Glen Yarborough, and Jerry Jeff Walker.
Staines came on the folk scene in the early 1960s and has toured extensively over the past five decades, playing over 175 shows a year. During his early years, Bill was a frequent performer on Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion” radio show. ~ The Museum
[The Super arrives at the front door – no knocking necessary . . . ]
[The venue . . . ]
[Years on the road . . . ]
[The crowd gathers beneatch the ice boat . . . ]
[And a rowing shell . . . ]
[At last, Mr. Staines . . . ]
[A favorite he sang that night.]
[Did someone mention Halloweenie? Actually, I believe I called this the visualization of an Edgar Allan Poe poem.]
[The Cub Reporter (how 3rd person Trumpian of me) is in his hockey sweatshirt making the first batch of chili to commemorate the first chill. The sky is bright and sunny, it’s a gorgeous 36 degrees, the trees are bare and the grass is still green. Enjoy!]
There are two kinds of artists left: those who endorse Pepsi and those who simply won’t. ~ Annie Lennox
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