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I don't have to play In The Mood, Mustang Salley or sing Margaritaville and the lights will stay on and there's a chicken in the oven. Life is good.
 

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I give you about a year before you want to play again--five years if you have preschool-aged children.;):D
 

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That's a good situation man; you can play because you want to, not because you have to, and be more selective as to what you play, too. Good riddance Margaritaville!!!
 

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Directed my first college concert last night. Or should I say played piano on a tune and had the students run the show. It was really a rewarding experience because they took it seriously and showed some growth. I can't believe I'm saying this but I find teaching to be a blast. I'm going to take some masters classes next year and try to pick up another college class. I'd love to teach a jazz history class somewhere. Farewell Mr. Buffett nice knowing ya.
 

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Good riddance Margaritaville!!!
I was not as lucky this weekend :| . I did get to play Yakety Sax though...so it kinda balances out. Has anyone figured out how to incorporate Freedom Jazz Dance into an oldies cover band's setlist?:D
 

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We are going to hear my boss at a club on Saturday night play his new original stuff. Baby sitter is all set.
 

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Von - what'dja do with the fish? :D
 
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