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bobmarshallmusic
Oct 19, 2018
In Out and About
Some of you may remember Joe Bolagna who was the band's drummer for a while. Joe is a great guy, and we were sad to see him go, BUT he left because he was given the opportunity to tour the world with the Beatles tribute band, "The Fab Four". These guys go EVERYWHERE to play. Last night they were in Detroit at the Motor City Casino, so we had to go see them since they were so close to us. What a great show! These guys produce all of the music that you hear. No tapes. No Orchestras. It is all THEM and they do an amazing job. "Paul" and "John" are from Los Angeles, "Ringo" (Joe) is from the Detroit area, and "George" actually does live in Liverpool, England. If you get a chance to see these guys, it is well worth the price of admission. BUT...make sure it is THE FAB FOUR and not some other tribute band.
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bobmarshallmusic
Sep 18, 2018
In Song Ideas
Several VIP folks showed up at my solo shows on the weekend of September 7th and 8th at the beautiful Chamberlin's Olde Forest Inn, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Saturday morning as announced, we had a "group write". Two couples showed up (thank you Judy, David, Rick and Paula) with years of experience in maintaining a long, loving relationship. We ended up with some great ideas and lines for a song tentatively titled, "You Are the One". I will keep plugging away at it and hone it to a finished tune. All four of the attendees will get co-write credits on the song. Thank you all. To those who made the trek to see me, but couldn't make the "group write", thank you for your support.
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bobmarshallmusic
Sep 05, 2018
In Any Good Movies Lately?
OK...I know, it's a little bit different than "Winnie the Pooh"....What can I say? I have eclectic taste. Mark Wahlberg stars in this action, thriller about a deep, deep, deep, secret US espionage organization. Lot's of action with a surprise ending. We enjoyed it!
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bobmarshallmusic
Sep 04, 2018
In Any Good Movies Lately?
I've always been a Winnie the Pooh fan, in particular Eeyore ("Thanks for noticing me"). The cartoon versions of Winnie and his friends were what I remember best, and the voices of those characters are iconic (Sterling Holloway's voice will ALWAYS be Winnie in my mind). I was concerned that the voices would not live up to my memories. I was pleasantly surprised that they were VERY close. "Wild" Bill (pedal steel) had told me that any adult should go to see "Christopher Robin", just to remember what is important in life. I couldn't agree more. As far as I am concerned, "Christopher Robin" is a must see.
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