Concert Database

Memories, Music

Ran across this incredible site a few weeks ago. The Concert Database has listings of most if not all of the shows that were held at a particular venue. Some of these shows go back to to the 1950’s and have listings from dozens of countries. There are even some recordings linked to the entries […]

July 12, 2019

Your Website

Web Design

With the proliferation of podcasts, blogs, Instagram and Facebook, the lonely website doesn’t seem to get much love these days. They are still, and will continue to be, a powerful force in marketing your brand. Whether your brand is a company, or you individually, the unique pieces of a well designed website are still important. […]

March 31, 2019



Seems lately the examples of sportsmanship, humility, compassion have all been in baseball videos. From the video of the catcher coming back after an injury and the opposing home team giving him a standing ‘O’ to the player playing his first game after his much beloved grandmother passed away, they have all moved me. Time […]

January 24, 2019

What I’ve Learned Lately


This last few months have taught me a few things about human behavior, politics and the world in which we live. Maybe not taught me as much as opened my eyes to the way we as a society have changed. Here are a few in no particular order. There is no shame anymore. Where we […]

November 14, 2018

What I’m Listening To Now


I stumbled on this band using the Discover feature of Spotify. They have been quite popular in the UK since the late 80’s and I can see why. While some of their songs sound similar to others you’ve heard over the years there is some incredible talent in this band. Strong guitar work and solid […]

February 11, 2018

Van Halen’s First Album

Memories, Music

I remember buying this album like it was yesterday. The March of 1978 was a crazy time for rock n roll. Rumors was all over the radio, Boston’s second album was about to be released and later that year Billy Joel would release 52nd Street. But only one album sounded like Van Halen’s first album. […]

February 10, 2018

Looking Forward

Featured, Personal

I turned 55 this past October. Didn’t think that would be much of a big deal but this birthday affected me more than hitting 40 or 50. Those are supposedly the ones that cause more heartache but the big 55 was worse. Not sure why but it made me really think about mortality and exactly […]

December 20, 2017

How We Got Here

Faith, Featured, Opinion

Ever wonder how you got to where you are today? Did part (or all) of your life turn out to be wildly different than your plans? Did you see yourself in a completely different place than where you are? You’re not alone. I believe we all feel that way at one time or another. But […]

December 8, 2017

“So Much Wasted Time”

Featured, Memories, Personal

If you’ve paid attention to media reports of David Cassidy’s passing you have probably heard the story of his last words. His daughter reported that the 70’s singer’s final words were “So much wasted time”. I can’t think of a sadder ending than this. The former teen heartthrob must have had quite the life growing […]

December 7, 2017