I suppose that everyone who works at the guesthouse has to endure a hostel work environment.
As one of the "older folks," I know many in my peer group. I haven't noticed any of them getting excited about reruns of Knievel's jumps. Many of us, though, appreciate rich character development and interesting plot lines. This older person thought the final show did a good job of wrapping up the loose ends of the story.
Now that I've read this, I want to read the book. Looking forward to its release later this week!
He absolutely deserves this honor.
I was a child in the '50s, and this music sounds authentic to that time. North Side Gal sounds Chuck Berry-esque. I almost expected (wrong era, but you'll know what I mean...) the Blues Brothers to somersault onto the stage. Signs and Signifiers (gossipers and liars) has an entirely different sound. It's definitely '50s, though. I could almost imagine this sung by the Everlys. Found his music on You Tube. Just discovered him because of this article.
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