[Dixielandjazz] Re: Dixielandjazz Digest, Vol 24, Issue 12

TCASHWIGG at aol.com TCASHWIGG at aol.com
Mon Dec 6 12:49:16 PST 2004

Thanks Jim:

Glad some of our friends are at least reading our diatribes, and getting some 
valid points out of our FREE advise and opinions.  Not every opinion applies 
to every situation for certain but we keep throwing them out there and 
hopefully solutions that can help others get a better grip on this business and 
improve it rather than kill it.

Starting late in life as a musician is not a problem in my opinion so long as 
the musician approaches the profession the same way they did their former 
profession with respect and understanding of what they need to do to make a 
contribution and be respected and appreciated for their hard work and efforts in 
their new profession.

Sure glad you did law enforcement as a professional too, would have been some 
very upset folks out there had you showed up at a crime scene and whipped out 
your Bass or Trumpet and tried to subdue a criminal with a song. :))

Even though it has been said  Music soothes the savage beast.  :))


Tom Wiggins

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