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Missouri Arts Council Touring Program
Good morning Mouseketeers! We’re just in from a wonderful weekend in Kansas City, where we played at the historic Folly Theater, KC’s oldest, in a benefit for the Bright Futures Fund, an education organization.There, the most often asked question from … Continue reading
Posted in Tidbits Tagged Blackberry Winter Band, Folly Theater, grants, Kansas City, Mac, Missouri Arts Council, Music, Shenendoah 1 Comment
Kansas City With The Band
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Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Blackberry Winter, Bright Futures, fundraiser, Kansas City, Ozrks, private school Leave a comment
Busy Before – HA!
Up early today trying to get organized. Two boxes off to the post office to be mailed home. It’s not so much stuff I’ve picked up while I’ve been out here, but deciding to send back most of the books … Continue reading
Posted in Blackberry Winter Tagged agent, ASCAP, Blackberry Winter, copyright, Kansas City, marideth sisco, media, recording, song writing, train, travel 5 Comments
Kansas City Film Festival
Kansas City was a hoot, especially with my two little Sisco aunts attending. We met Debra in Westport and jogged down a block to have WONderful tabouil and lentil soup at the Jerusalem Cafe, then drove on downtown to the … Continue reading
Posted in Winter's Bone Tagged building restoration, Debra Granik, film festival, Jerusalem Cafe, Kansas City, Main Street Theatre, Winter's Bone 1 Comment