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From note to note in my head (a talk with Boz Scaggs, Kenny Loggins, Bobby McFerrin, Steve Earle & Al Green)

I’ve been thrilled by music since my earliest memories. I’ve always wanted to take part in the magic somehow. So I took a few guitar lessons in the second grade-enough to play “Old MacDonald” in a recital, and I played … Continue reading

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Steve Earle on the idea of a “muse”

Steve Earle was a country music star in the 80s. But a heroin addiction took its toll on his career and personal life causing a downward spiral that landed him in prison in 1994. He’s worked hard to get his … Continue reading

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Column: Soaring from note to note in my head

What does it take to be happy? I ask that question each week in The Joy of Life. My goal for each column is to share experiences that make me smile. Usually, these are little moments, little revelations that arise … Continue reading

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Interview with Steve Earle

Steve Earle was a country music star in the 80s. But a heroin addiction took its toll on his career and personal life causing a downward spiral that landed him in prison in 1994. He’s worked hard to get his … Continue reading

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