February 11: Sing from the diaphragm a lot… “Knights Of The Round Table” from Monty Python and The Holy Grail. Happy Birthday to the formidable and indefatigable Alex Sherman. xoxo LYRICS & CHORDS SPOTIFY
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Here are my 2020 resolutions:
- Keep Singing Daily! (I’ve posted every day* for the past two years; onward to year three!)
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- Don’t be afraid to ask for help; create and share a Patreon page so that those who want to help defray costs** can do so.
- Be fair, firm, flexible, forgiving and fun.
- Spread love, kindness, peace and happiness through music.
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