We're visiting in Shreveport/Bossier City, LA, where they have 6 casinos. I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving like we did! Found a place for karaoke, a bar called Fully Stacked, so I just went in and sang two songs. Not a great recording. I hope you can hear it! I don't know the song very well (I know the CCR version better), but I just winged it. I need to learn it better :) [Be certain that Pop-ups are not blocked] You Must be a to Comment or Rank on a Submission.
I received my first B.A. in Liberal Arts at SUNY Stony Brook (now called Stony Brook University) back in 1987 30 years ago. I started out as a music major and fully intended to get that degree, but life had other plans. We were at SUNY because my husband was getting his PhD there in Political Science. He finished, and I still had at least a year left in my BA. His first job as professor was at UT El Paso.
Karaoke Scene » Karaoke Showcase» Submissions» Suzanne Lanoue » Thank You For The Music I started learning this in June. I haven't had a ton of time to sing lately, but I'm back taking classes, so I'm taking voice lessons again, which means I have to warm up my voice and do exercises, anyway! Hope you enjoy it. I hope you guys are all safe and not getting flooded or forest fires etc. If you hear any distortion, it's probably your speakers.
@JanSKay Well, she said, “To think that Woody was in any way a father or stepfather to me is laughable.” And she married him. And they've been married a long time. I'd think she would have left him by now if they didn't really love each other.
... OTOH, all men should be more sensitive, and not pressure women, not objective women, and only date women looking for a relationship, not just sex (unless it's clear to both, that's all they want). #Aziz We all need to evolve in the way we treat each other.
I've been going back and forth about this whole #Aziz thing. On the one hand, I think this woman was an idiot, who should've made it very clear what she wanted (or didn't want) by leaving, or saying no, etc. and definitely shouldn't have gone public. ...
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