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SteveBrodie

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Mark

I have a hard time feeling things in 3/4, now, your trying to get me to count to 12?

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Yes, well, I've heard you play, and I've got a feeling that you'll do just fine. Leave it to me to somehow complicate things...

This vocalist is very lucky to have someone who can play so well backing her up.

Break a Leg!

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Thanks,  eye'll do my best.  Hope I don't get Funeral march confussed withe the weeding march. 

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I survived.  I did play a part of the funeral March after the ceremony, and got some laughs.  Anyway, if you live in Santa Barbara, there might be an article about the wedding I played at in the local SB paper.  The guy who was married, is an advocate for the homeless up there, and there was some press coverage.  In fact, the wedding was in a park, and was mostly attended by the local homeless, or advocates on their behalf.  .  Also, I think there was some local interest due to the way they met, on-line.  As for "At Last", we sort of pulled it off.  We rehearsed it in front of everyone, before the ceremony, and I thought the rehearsal performance was better than than the "real thing".  The same people heard both versions.  I was told to dress casual, so, I wore one of my two Hawaiian type shirts, in honor of Ted.  Also, thanks to Dan S, for educating me about the crate amp.  There was no electricity there, so I was dependent on the Limo amp I picked up.  It was "OK". 

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