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update 6/2/2024: this was imported from a blog I kept on the University of Cincinnati home page service that they offered to students. Its’ been removed now, how rude, but lucky for me the web archive captured a single snapshot.

Last week I stayed at school to study for a while instead of going home. I went out for a smoke break and on the way I ran into some co workers who invited me out for lunch. One of the professors came with us, and my car happened to be clean so I offered to drive everyone. I was putting my bag into my trunk when the professor saw my bass amp and then we got into a conversation about music.

Long story short, I am now in a cover band and had an awesome time jamming with them tonight. I am so excited about playing some real gigs in the upcoming months. The people in the band are awesome, and everyone just rocks!

It’s so interesting how things happen in our lives. I should have been home, none of this would have happened. This is why we need to be aware of our surroundings, prior to that event I had no idea that the Dr. played any music at all. You never know who you are going to meet, or what opportunities it may open up.

I am looking forward to learning some more fun songs and playing out in town!

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