"I'm exhausted by following all the things you're up to, Shane. You're a good man doing a lot of good work. Over the years I have benefitted and learned from your educational resources, performances, and writings, and am grateful for…"
"Is this the festival, Harold? If so, and if I understand correctly, this is the 29th (?) year the festival has run. Being a part of such a longstanding event must be awesome, especially given that there must be a good deal of eyeballs present to see…"
"Even if it's not musical instruments that the children are motivated to build, a workshop like this can inspire a child to explore something new; to be creative; to see a thing -- good or bad -- with a new perspective; and to be engaged in the…"
"Thanks Donkey. I'm also a vet (Army) I was drafted back in 1969 and even though I never saw active duty I certainly have strong feelings and support for those who were wounded. A bad day at the office for most of is messing up a build as…"
"This is such a treat to hear, Uncle John.
Listening to your song took me out of my mess of daily stresses to be present in the moment and thank God for my mother. I'm grateful my mother is still with us so I can see her this Sunday and, as you…"
What you've done in this track is fantastic, Kevin. This is an excellent recording of terrific playing. Really good stuff, man.
I have no skills to offer you, only admiration and gratitude. Thank you for sharing this recording…"
God bless them, indeed. At seventeen years of age, I signed up for early-enlistment with the Marines. The decision to do so wasn't thoughtful so much as it was from the gut. Unfortunately, before I turned 18 and signed on as an…"
"Congratulations, Jeff. Isn't it satisfying to know that there are people willing to devote space and attention to things you've made with your own hands? After taking a look at Shotgun Coffee's Facebook page, it seems…"
"Being a disabled Army veteran, I'v heard many a similar tale, sometimes from the horses mouth, you never get use to it.
I contacted my local Guitar for Vets chapter, but they're still getting things organized over there, as they are a new…"
Blown 30 feet high by an improvised explosive device, United States Marine Jake Schick suffered collapsed lungs, multiple fractures, burn holes over his body, and significant ligament and bone loss. All the while, he never…