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Rockabilly Raus: The Universal Language of Music

Autoreise/Road Trip It all started with the road trip. Well, it was my idea to see some sights but he picked the locations. We were searching for Martin Luther, the monk whose 95 Theses nailed to the church door at Wittenberg (now called Lutherstadt Wittenberg) launched the Protestant Reformation. I mean, you can’t go to…

Concerto No. 1 in A Sharp Major

The Musician Laura Spradlin survived a car wreck and a traumatic brain injury in 2014. After eleven surgeries she saw the Lord put her life back together and now plays basketball in college for the Ouachita Baptist University Lady Tigers. Majoring in music, she has decided to focus on music therapy to make a difference…

The Passion Play Prelude

In 1633 the Black Death struck the town of Oberammergau in Bavaria, Germany.  The people of the town vowed to God that if the Plague would pass them by then they would perform a Passion Play every ten years in honor of the miracle.  They have kept their vow for over 350 years. In an…

Sunt un Trombonist

Every international traveler fears that moment.  You have unintentionally said something embarrassing/inappropriate or just downright stupid.  Having traveled the world I should have overcome this fear but, alas, this fear always remains, packed away in my carryon bag. Every new culture you encounter is another opportunity to add to your list of personal faux pas….