Showing posts from November, 2020

A time to reflect and look forward

What a year it’s been! Certainly COVID-19 impacted our livelihoods in our neck of the woods. Like so much of the nation and world, there are those who were directly impacted by the virus. The stories range from the mild to the most heartbreaking ones that anyone could ever hear.  For that, they are always in our thoughts and prayers. One moment we were living the lives we knew and then suddenly, a surreal situation took hold. Who ever would have guessed that we would be in this situation.  From the acceptance of a lockdown to hope upon hope that the world emerges from COVID by Easter to the mantra of “wear masks/socially distance” to a vaccine that is just around the corner, it has been a long haul. Speaking of long haul, CBS-TV recently aired a “60 Minutes” segment about COVID long haulers. I highly recommend viewing that feature on their site. The biggest takeaway from the segment is how young people are dealing with health issues long after battling COVID.  In the moment, autumn fin

Video Chat: Dom Flemons

  Dom Flemons stops by The Corners to talk about his career as a master of many instruments and styles including (but not limited to) the guitar, banjo, fife, quill, harmonica, rhythm bone and percussion. Flemons also goes into detail about his new box set, which is a re-release of his classic Prospect Hill: The American Songster Omnibus featuring "Georgia Drumbeat," "Hot Chicken," "Grotto Beat" and more.  Watch this entertaining interview right here where we talk about music and Dom's appearance in The Great Debaters , a Denzel Washington film:

Video Chat: Singer-Songwriter Julie Gribble

In this video cast, I have a lively talk with Singer-Songwriter Julie Gribble  about performing, songwriting, the music business, stories about Comic Actor & Late Late Show host Craig Ferguston and much more. This is a really fun conversation that took place on a rainy night in Georgia. Check out our talk below: