Monthly Archives: October 2012

Damned cafes and other tunes for Halloween

There are the obvious song choices for this holiday, like “Monster Mash,” and while I always sing along to that one (I do a killer Boris Karloff impression), there are a few other songs that might rock your ghost boat. … Continue reading

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My Dad Loved to Sing

I grew up hearing live country and easy-listening music in our living room and I hated it. Kids rarely have the same musical taste as their parents and my guitar-playing dad, Gary Anderson, embarrassed me on a regular basis – … Continue reading

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So you wanna be a professional singer-songwriter?

You know the old adage – if you want to make a million dollars in music, start with two million and quit early. I’ll try to be more positive than that because, really, I’ve had a damn fun time playing … Continue reading

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