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Thanks Cat.may I assume you are down under? had a band mate from Albany.another from Birminghan,UK.when those two got to talking it was a gas to listen to.Cat wrote:Gidday...
Albany,AU;well southern Australia coastal town.I have heard my mate back in the day speak of their blues fests along with other goings on they had there I assume in the Perth area.not sure.not much in the way of surf music in these parts either.every once in awhile I do catch a Beach Boys or Ventures tune on fm.but live it is not found Yet.Cat wrote:Albany...in WA? Or NY??? Know them both.
The music scene here is GREAT. I'm an expat Yank and see that Australia has fostered many niche-industries all out of proportion to its' size. 22-ish million population the size of the US mainland...and plenty of starter-programs for music...heaps of yearly concert series ("opera in the vineyard"..."byron bay blues festival"...etc/etc).
My head-scratch is with all the Surf Culture here (HUGE!!!) there ain't much in the way of Beach Boys surfie-dude music...
So...great to see you settle in here on GN.
do I sense some French in your funny parents? Welcome.one of my guitars is a Black Fullerton ST4 strat.cranks as well as a friends Amer, Strat. remember it is a piece of wood and strings.good players can make any and every guitar sound good.Good,Bad or indifferent.mercymercy wrote:Hey, I'm Mercy Target. It's not pronounced how you think it is. It's more like...well...y'know how you think of fancy pronunciation and it's a joke? That's how you say the last name. Like "tar jay". Funny parents, y'know? Anyway, I play a Green Strat, Yamaha.
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