Washington DC
Another very interactive evening at American University’s Greenberg Theatre. Joined by David Oxenford and Gary Greenstein, two attorneys who have been in the music rights debate trenches for some time, about 130 DC listeners.
Took advantage of the trip to visit some local music haunts including a local community music school for all ages and skills …the father-and-son-in-the-hallway-waiting-for-the-recital really brought me back…
the cozy Revolution Records (our original town hall meeting host, before we got 200 rsvps!)
Full recap of June tour here!


  1. Sharon
    November 22, 2008 at 4:46am
    Nice good blog!
  2. Carolyn Gibson
    April 03, 2009 at 8:18pm
    New to PANDORA, but how wonderful it would be if you caould visit Waahburn University in Topeka, KS (capitol of KS). This city is loaded with good music and musicians. And KTWU is on the Washburn campus. Good luck and thanks for your wonderful music in my life.
  3. Harmonica Blu
    July 18, 2011 at 6:34pm
    I hope you can add DC Metro region saxophonist Bruce Swaim. He is recognized in the Jazz and wider professional musician community as one of the finest musicians in this area. And that's saying a lot because DC has a lot of fine pros. (For example, a number of present and past members of the various fine armed forces bands and orchestras are working here.) His three CDs with the Bruce Swaim Quartet that are currently available are 1) Lucky Strikes 2) Winter's Waltz and 3) My Heart Stood Still -- all on R&L Records. I believe they are for sale on CD Baby. You may contact Bruce via his web site: www.BruceSwaim.com Thank you, Harmonica Blu

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