Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Gonna Make It

This blog is improving along with the other blogs but still remains at the bottom of pile. No comments, no information contributors and of course, no Guest Bloggers. So at times our entire blogosphere feels like it is at the point of diminishing returns. Then other indicators point to further expansion discounting the scam, spam robot hits. Social-Recreational dancing is not Dancing With The Stars. I am positive that there are fans of live music on Oahu,

"Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing
can be changed until it is faced."

Bongos: Small joined drums of different pitch struck by the fingers of both hands and usually held between the knees. Used in Latin music to augment its distinctive sound. The poor in Latin cities can get a good sound from banging on a cardboard box. Most people on this island have been taught this as African but they have actually evolved from the distinctive playing of the separate small drums carried by the Indian civilizations of the Americas in festivals for thousands of years.

"Maria Elena" por Placido Domingo

Evidently this blog could advance faster if more of the fans of live music could get interested. This is a place to collect and share things with our dance world that we find interesting— whether it's our political commentary, a personal diary, or links to web sites we want to remember.  Some people use a blog just to organize their own thoughts, while others command influential, worldwide audiences of thousands. Professional and amateur journalists use blogs to publish breaking news, while personal journalese realize their inner thoughts.Whatever you have to say, blogging will help you say it. For now, this blog has a very short life span and we have a niche, Live Music.

Dance Blogger's Law number 28D:
"Dance students who are doing better are credited with working harder.
If students start to do poorly, the teacher will be blamed."