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Moon River Festival Pt 3 All Good Things

Continuation of the 3 Pt series of posts about my experience at the Moon River Festival. For what happened prior to the events in this post, please see Parts 1 and 2. So I have friends that are within driving distance in every direction from Chattanooga. I had originally wanted to finally meet my internet friend Larry Carter and go to church with him, but I wouldn’t have gotten to spend much time... read more

Moon River Festival Pt 2 Day 1 Friends Old and New

Continuation of the 3 Pt series of posts about my experience at the Moon River Festival. For what happened prior to the events in this post, please see Pt 1. After the weather delay, I finally got through the gates; and to say I found it to be my element would be an understatement. The grounds were set up at Coolidge Park right next to the river. It was sprawled out enough that the two stages were far... read more

Headed to Moon River

Friday I begin a trek to Chattanooga, Tennessee to attend the Moon River music festival. The festival is hosted by Drew Holcomb who I greatly respect. I’ve been a fan of his music for a while and am a member of his Magnolia Record Club service. When the lineup for the festival was released earlier this year, I knew I had to at least try to attend. I was fortunate enough to secure a ticket before it... read more

VEAUX at home

Tonight I hosted my third house concert. It was a group that I have been following for a while now but never had a chance to see in person. A couple of months back they put out that they were looking for places to play; and I said if they wanted to come to Oklahoma, I’d love to host them. Sure enough they reached back out to me and we were able to set something up. The band recently moved from... read more

Going Places with the National Parks

“And if you’re looking for light Just keep running to me ‘Cause you just might find it Where the river meets the sea” This is the bridge to “Ghosts” by The National Parks. I first heard it a little over 4 years ago and I remember being struck by the beauty of that bridge and the instrumental part that followed it. I listened to this song on repeat for the rest of the day... read more

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