The Bone, located at 2724 Elm St. offers open mic night and karaoke on a regular basis. Happy Hour is Wednesday through Saturday until 8:00 pm and features two dollar drinks. The have live music from Texas artists like 40 Mile Road, Recyclers and Texas Slim & the Love Machine.
There are many things the city of Dallas may be known for, including big hair, plastic surgery (“yeah, we are KING/QUEEN here!”). even bigger personalities, oil tycoons, and J.R. Ewing, but in the spirit of marketing and TV mogul Oprah Winfrey, this one thing I know is true: the Dallas area ROCKS when it comes to play festivals!
Its interesting to watch him work his magic out of one of his studio choices in traveling man – frequently he uses The Red Carpet a plush environment with inventive technology located in the arts gallery district near Downtown Dallas.
Longhorn Harley-Davidson will be holding a St. Patrick’s Day party but it will be held next Saturday – March 24 – and more details will be posted on it next week.
As a baby cries in the midnight hour, somebody neglects to answer. Momma, dada he yearns for his mother and father. As the night prolong, his cry gets longer. Once a man and twice a child. The older you get, the child is reveald. Yet his faith is sealed. When you were young, did you respond? When the cry was there, did you hear? What goes around comes around; it was the cry from the baby’s lounge. Once again that distinguished sound, yes, it did come around.
California Girls Written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love. The Beach Boys released it in 1965. It features contrasting verse-chorus form. It is part of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s top 500 songs that shaped Rock and roll.
Let the sun Shine Forever: This song is not American at all, but Russian. It is very simple, with only 4 lines repeated over and over. When I have done it with children, I like to teach the Russian lyrics. The first 5 syllables of each line are exactly the same: Pust seg da bud yet, pronounced Poost seg dah bood yet. The last word of each line is as follows: 1)Son se, 2)Nye be, 3)Ma ma, 4) bood oh yah. On the fourth line replace bood yet with bood oh. I hope this makes sense to you. I have heard this song done both fast and slow. I have also heard the melody used in a beautiful choral piece by Z. Randall Stroope. The piece is called Inscription of Hope. It’s about the hope that helped many survive during the holocaust. Around a campfire, I would do the upbeat, fast version.
Speaking of local beers, Four Corners will be in the spotlight at venues all around the Metroplex this week. Catch them Monday night during Brew School at the Oak St. Drafthouse, Wednesday or Thursday at the Ginger Man (Plano and Southlake locations, respectively), and Saturday at the brewery during their Local Flavor Showcase. Then, be sure to stop by their booth at Untapped, where they’ll be pouring Super Bee (a saison) for the very first time.