Back from Promontory, and inundated with comments
Thanks to everyone who has been sending comments (by direct email) on my latest feature in FolkWorks magazine. I already had 15 pages of comments from readers compiled into a Word doc, BEFORE my trip to Utah. Since FolkWorks readers and this community are not very integrated with one another, the comments have not come through this site. I’ll condense and compile them in the next few days and post that here.
Meanwhile, you can read the FolkWorks piece, “The Cyber Acoustic Future (it’s not what you think)” in FolkWorks online, at www.folkworks.org/content/view/35941/3176 and feel free to send me your comment, to add to the compilation.
I’ll write something soon about last Sunday’s reenactment of the driving of the Golden Spike. First, I need to wade-through all the messages that arrived while I was visiting the 19th century these past few days.
Larry Wines, programmer-producer-host, “Tied to the Tracks” acoustic Americana radio, syndicated from Los Angeles, with live in-studio performance-interviews, included in “The Best of L.A. 2006” radio lineup by Los Angeles Magazine; editor, “Acoustic Americana Music Guide & News” at http://acousticamericana.blogspot.com and http://community.nodepression.com/profile/TiedtotheTracks and additional “TttT” news is on the No Depression page and at www.myspace.com/laacoustic; Larry is a consultant to artists, musicians, songwriters, festivals, and the music biz, and a feature writer and columnist for FolkWorks (www.folkworks.org).
Check-out Larry’s latest column for FolkWorks, just published May 1 – available online at www.folkworks.org/content/view/35941/3176 – and you can still read the extensive “BEST OF 2008 / TOP TEN” feature for FolkWorks, available online at www.folkworks.org/content/view/35788/166
PS – No trees were killed in the sending of this message, but a substantial number of electrons were terribly inconvenienced.