Retired CCSD SC State Teacher of 27 yrs. Still rockin', though at my age, but a little more cautiously. Gettin' old yucks almost as much…
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Just trying to lead a peaceful life with my five canine friends!!..!!
I am interested in attending Saturday evening 8/4/2012 'cause of their entertainment and to try something from the menu: 'THE STUD FARM' with guitarist Jeff Bateman(if he is still in this band) and who's a really great musician.
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Artistic.....to say/write the least...!!!
Conservatives minds meet Liberal minds and never will the.........be broken. I am a Conservative, was brought up in a family of Conservatives for the most part. Both Mom and Dad etched their own businesses from the ground up through pure honest hard work, paid their fair share of taxes so much so for the havenots to get free stuff and government workers to make good pay. Sure enough government workers do no pay private business people their wages. Kinda isn't fair how it all works out. Government workers pay taxes but it some how doesn't trickle down to the hard working private business owners. Some would believe this country of ours supports ripofftrie. And the havenots just love it and will stay in those shoes as long as businesses are getting ripped off.
Jimbo's Rock Lounge was not your typical hole in the wall entertainment place although the few times I ventured there I was most satisfied, especially when one of my favorite bands celebrated a birthday there and put on a great musical bash.. Most Bars in the Charleston Area are just that: they have that 'hole in the wall atmosphere' save for a few: the Wild Wings, although they are quasi-family restaurants that turn into night clubs in the evenings, but all in all most bars in Charleston have to have that "look" to make it. Folks seem to like the more close knit type places that aren't so tall and open. I guess it is the Old Charleston way that dates way far back. I recall all the rustic little places in the peninsula city around the Market Area and close by: they all had that special look: remember Myskyns.
I prefer places that just give venue to excellent musicians 'cause that is why I go to bar venues in the first place: for the music.
Geat photo by T. Ballard Lesemann. Keep up the great photography. DebbieJo
Ps. And don't I see you at Arts Bar and Grill in Mt.Pleasant, SC and if I can get my head straight: you play steady drums on occasion with BabyFat, I believe?
Always entertained by dem tree. Sittin around Michum's home way back when, Mac the teenager was there playing an acoustic and sing from the soul at that little age he could. There's alot of folks enjoy his work and I am one of 'em.
You know who, Debbie
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