Boston, I will be

I apologize for the lack of updates this week.  Been a short but busy week at work, since I had to cram a lot of stuff in before I head up to the Boston Tea Party.  If you’re lucky, I might update from there.  Even if I don’t I’ve been working on a special project that will spawn many an interesting posts.  I also have a good part from Ramona to follow up her first installment of “Looking Back,” so you have that to look forward to as well.

I’m also sorry to say that I haven’t had much of a chance to work on “Artistry in Rhythm.” I have an outline of the re-write done, and although I’ll be using big chunk of stuff I already wrote for it, it’ll probably be some time before I finish it.

In the mean time, I’m making plans to re-post the multi-part epic that was my brain dump of Frankie95, so be on the look out for that.

As for the DCLX interview I mentioned a couple of weeks ago.  There’s been a delay because it’s been deemed too sensitive for the family friendly DCLX website, so it had to undergo some editing.  It should be up on that site within the next couple of weeks; probably before DCLX on April 9-11 I would think.  An unedited version may be leaked to the public in a yet to be disclosed location . . .

Until all that fun happens, have a good weekend, and I’ll leave you with your Friday moment of video zen.  Watch Josh Welter’s tribute to Peter Strom in this year’s Savoy Swing Jam Jack & Jill finals in Seattle a couple of weekends ago.  You won’t have to wait very long since it happens right at the begining.

btw, he and his partner won that contest.

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