Hey Joan...Bright Moments!
It's ALWAYS a "Bright Moment" hearing from you with some "Sunshine" about your constant determination to travel through the world of "Jazz", as "Up Hill" as it always seems to be! I really admire you tenacity! Keep doing what you're doing, it's wonderful!
Hopefully your Spirit is being properly nutritionally fed with all of the variety of things that you make happen! My world is also holding it's own musically... check out my "Web Site", it's always being Up dated with New and Current stuff!!
Some really exciting events have been surfacing in my world, last year was incredible, and if God wills, this year will be just as, or even more exciting than last year! Let's you and I Pray on the success of our visions , our family, the health of our Body and Minds, Positive Creative Energy each day, and that hopefully, this year we'll finally SEE EACH OTHER once again!!!!
Keep sending me stuff,
Love, Peace, and Music,
is a native Philadelphian who began playing piano at age six. Her
mother, too, was a musician and inspired this family tradition. "My
family was deeply involved in the church community," says Trudy,
"and I started playing piano for Sunday school when I was about
nine or ten. As time went on, I was introduced to the church organ, and
I played organ in Sunday school."
"I did that
for the month or two that they were in town. Then, not too much later I
got a call from the manager inquiring if I could join the company for
the rest of the tour." [More.