Tasmanian rock band blending a range of styles making dynamic music influenced by the space and ambience of Tasmania.Check out our music, some cool photo's, and if you're in Tasmania come for a surf with Mike and Steve.
Rick Gross, tenstring.com, inc., all rights reserved "But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength they shall mount up with wings as eagles they shall run, and not be weary and they shall walk, and not faint." Isaiah 40.3
All songs are written and performed by Lightnin' Harry Dee. Special thanks to Fred Gallagher (guitar) J.J. Fenderbender (drums) AND Elliot Baron (bass)...The LHDee Band.... In Memory of the late Frank Cutrona, coauthor and vocalist on I'm An Alcoho..
LA GRAN SINFONIA COSMICA: LA GRAN SINFONIA COSMICA
Se oyo un sonido retumbar por los confines del espacio. Su fuerte vibracion hacia despertar otros sonidos hasta ahora en estado latente, dormidos en la Gran Noche. El Gran Sonido desperto a una nueva manifestacion, el Gran Dia habia llegado. Millones de sonidos mas tenues recibieron la llamada, para despertar. El Alba de un nuevo dia comenzaba.
Y Do el primero, sono con todo su intensidad, para despertar al sonido mas parecido, mas cercano a Él, y una gran vibracion de Do, hizo despertar otro Gran Sonido, alli en la lejania del ...
Mike Stout Celebrates the Legacy of Martin Delany: One of Pittsburgh’s unsung heroes discussed in The Point of Pittsburgh is abolitionist Martin Delany a national leader who fought for the end of slavery and equal rights throughout his life as a physician, speaker, author, soldier, and judge.
Martin Delany – Renaissance Man
Martin Delany (1812 – 1885), a man of many important accomplishments, was the renaissance man of early Pittsburgh. He was a national African American abolitionist leader, author, newspaper publisher, doctor, school principal, judge, explorer, the first advocate of Black Nationalism, the first black American novelist,...
This is on how my music I made evolved in this blog I am writing.: I noticed my music in ANY project or activity that, I've done since I became involved with music and promoting my musical projects online on many websites since 2001, had evolved a lot in such a strange way. I can remember many years ago when I was in high school playing guitar in my high school band, we did Nu Metal because we were into that kind of music at the time. And it was very popular during my high school years. I couldn't write decent music at the time, so I made music for that project lyrically as a tribute to Japanese pop culture. Going through that AZN PRIDE phase, I guess.