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GoTenna : How will you communicate when cellular is out?

GoTenna : How will you communicate when cellular is out?

Yes, I love technology. This is cool. Using the way radio waves travel to create a personal messaging network to cover up to 50 miles… with no cell towers or wifi(!!!)… This is not only cool for disaster situations, hiking, skiing, inside large centers where cell service is limited, etc… it can be great if you travel outside ... Read More
 
Bravo! to Michael Hyatt, the Nashville Symphony, and Great Leaders!

Bravo! to Michael Hyatt, the Nashville Symphony, and Great Leaders!

Michael Hyatt has written an excellent article on Leadership following his recent concert experience with the Nashville Symphony. Susan and I had a similar experience when we went to enjoy Carmina Burana earlier this year. Our friend Terri Richter was the female lead (she was outstanding). We talked with Terri after the performance, noting how she and ... Read More
 

The Nashville Flood – Music City Responds with Music and More

Nashville area waters have returned to normal levels while the city continues to help those impacted by the flood in their recovery. Many Churches and the teams at Hands On Nashville continue to coordinate the volunteer efforts that are so needed. Service organizations including Salvation Army, American Red Cross, Second Harvest and HopeForce have been ... Read More
 

It’s All Fun

Too often we all take ourselves too seriously. In these crazy times it’s fun to see artists understanding that they not only provide us with great music… a concert can be that much more enjoyable (and a stress reliever) when we get to be in on the prank. Hats off to Taylor Swift as she ... Read More
 
The Power of LIVE Music!

The Power of LIVE Music!

My friend Elliott Cunningham of Westgate Marketing writes about the health of the music industry in his blog today. USA Today also covers the topic: Bands Warm Up for a Busy Summer on the Road. And the news of Michael Jackson’s death and the impact this has on the fortunes of the touring companies with ... Read More