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So, I'm thinking that instead of updating the News/Journal section, I'll just move my ramblings over here to the blog section. 

Well, we all know (by now) that the biggest news is finally getting the new CD ("Look Inside") done. Can we get an "amen"? And Oasis (the good folks who printed my CD for me) just sent along the Acoustic Sampler with my song "Grateful" on it (which you can hear by fast forwarding the embedded player on my website to the second song). From what I gather, they've sent that Sampler along to various radio stations around the country who play that kind of music (hooray for them!). 

But, the even more exciting news (far more) is that Tom and Doug (surely you remember Tom and Doug) have finished mixing and producing their song, "Roia's on Tour", and it is now up (for my public humiliation and your public mirth) for all to listen to here

Yes, friends. Just when you thought it was safe to turn off your radios and listen to podcasts, this comes on. 

And while you're there, you can listen to Tom's brilliant song, "Seizure at the Strip Joint". One of the reasons I like it so much is that he manages to get through the entire song without being offensive or rude in any way! The whole song is completely observational. 

I'd love to hear your thoughts, so I'll just sit right here and await the love. 

Or not. 

2 comments

  • Adelaide Dupont
    Adelaide Dupont
    I hope he communicates the feelings of a seizure too as well as the observation side.

    I hope he communicates the feelings of a seizure too as well as the observation side.

  • Roia
    Roia
    Actually, Adelaide, I don't believe Tom has ever had a seizure. He was only able to observe it from the outside. I would, however, be very curious to learn what a seizure feels like from the point of view of the person who experiences them. Meanwhile, thanks so much for stopping by!

    Actually, Adelaide, I don't believe Tom has ever had a seizure. He was only able to observe it from the outside. I would, however, be very curious to learn what a seizure feels like from the point of view of the person who experiences them.

    Meanwhile, thanks so much for stopping by!

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