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#26 2011-11-24 01:27:12

wlbaye
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Re: Thank You Toney (Southpaw41L)

Tops,

It will have to be planned after the holidays , I will decide on a date ASAP smile

I love playing with others and playin with Chordie folks would be great.

Later Wayne P


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#27 2012-04-02 01:08:00

topdown
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Re: Thank You Toney (Southpaw41L)

I just returned from another of Toney's gigs where I was thrilled to sit in during a break. This was the biggest crowd yet as they were having a chili cook-off competition ( raised over $300 for hospice - awesome!) and it drew a pretty good crowd. I did 6 songs and felt more comfortable than ever. I swear the Skype jams are adding greatly to my confidence. Lots of applause between songs, pats on the back and hand shakes after my "mini-set".

It gets better every time and is now beginning to actually be fun! (No more nervous trembling). I'm no Toney Hall, but if I can have fun and get a positive response from the audience... that's pretty damn great!!


Rule No. 1 - If it sounds good - it is good!

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#28 2012-04-02 03:33:23

dino48
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Re: Thank You Toney (Southpaw41L)

topdown wrote:

I just returned from another of Toney's gigs where I was thrilled to sit in during a break. This was the biggest crowd yet as they were having a chili cook-off competition ( raised over $300 for hospice - awesome!) and it drew a pretty good crowd. I did 6 songs and felt more comfortable than ever. I swear the Skype jams are adding greatly to my confidence. Lots of applause between songs, pats on the back and hand shakes after my "mini-set".

It gets better every time and is now beginning to actually be fun! (No more nervous trembling). I'm no Toney Hall, but if I can have fun and get a positive response from the audience... that's pretty damn great!!

Good for you topdown,sounds like yo are getting in a comfort zone with performing!


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#29 2012-04-02 14:07:47

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Re: Thank You Toney (Southpaw41L)

YAY!  I must say, the Skype Jams are helping me as well.  YES, I still get nervous singing in front of people.  Having screwed up a few times in front of you guys, my friends, makes me much less nervous about doing it in front of others... and therefore, more comfy.  GOOD FOR YOU JEFF!  Toney's a great friend to let you sit in too.  I'm still so sad I couldn't make it down there.  sad  It would have been UNFORGETTABLE!


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#30 2012-04-02 15:50:04

bensonp
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Re: Thank You Toney (Southpaw41L)

It's just all getting good, huh?  Good for you guys.  I need to get back on Skype with you guys.


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I have finally found happiness in my life.  Guitars, singing, beer and camping.  And they all intertwine wonderfully.

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#31 2012-04-06 18:43:09

SouthPaw41L
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Re: Thank You Toney (Southpaw41L)

Jeff (topdown) did a fantastic job ! He gets better and more confident each and every time playing out. Wish we had a recording of the festivities. We'll have to work on this...

Peace and Guitars,
SouthPaw41L


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