Site update

A belated Jam #32 is up, folks, on account of I wanted to get this out before I vanish offline for the holidays. And in the meantime, I wanted to note a few small random things here for posterity, to wit:

Fred says that he got a Christmas card from one of the regulars on the Online Kitchen Party, who describes herself as a fan of Three Good Measures. To which we must go, ‘Eek, we have FANS?!’

The number of not-entirely-nonsense noises being made about us busking in actual public at the Folklife Festival this next May is escalating. More bulletins on this as events warrant.

I’m being leaned on to try to contact the radio stations in Halifax that played us, so I’m going to *gulp* try and find them in email if at all possible. More on this as events warrant as well.

And last, but at least so far as I am personally concerned not least, I am finally starting to bond with my guitar. Not quite ready to add it yet to the roster of instruments I play, though!

And in conclusion, since I won’t be updating this page again until the 30th if not later, everybody out there who might happen to read this, happy holidays to you all. :)

Site update

Hurray! Jam #30 at last, plus a few more random haiku we’ve posted on the Haiku page just because we feel like it. And oh yeah, Dana has a placeholder haiku, too.

In the meantime, I will now take this space to gush about something only vaguely connected to our little jamming group but which crossed our paths today because my very own brother is in an Actual Real Band, and they are in town recording their Actual Real Debut Album, which is due to hit the stores next year and about which I am very, very excited (and did I mention I was excited)? Donnie came by to hang out with us as we jammed today and it was very satisfying to be able to share that with my big brother. I’m hoping some of his music karma will rub off on us. ;) Go read today’s jam report, folks, and judge for yourselves!