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flux rss rencontre Seeing his guitars, gear and other personal items, brought me back to that feeling I had, as a young hungry musician. I was just starting out and how I wanted to find my own voice in music. As I'm currently working on new recordings, I'm inspired to dig deep and find some more of my own originality to channel through. To share with as many people as I can through my music! For that is the ultimate with creating music and art; that you make others feel something within them too! So, no matter what life dishes up each day, the journey continues to stay the course and finish what I've started!
http://ecoledepoledance.fr/?morwiy=rencontre-femme-russe-je-contacte&7f8=16 So Thank You Stevie Ray Vaughan.
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