KFOK Community radio. Pure, free flowing radio the way it should be. Now can be heard
on the Internets for fans of great music who do not live in Georgtown. And, as an added bonus, listeners to Trapper's show
on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 12-2 PM PST will hear songs from Moorpark Oasis in the rotation. KFOK
Shiny Objects: Whether I am in the dog house, or just wanting to put a smile on Kathy's face (or on anyone else's
for that matter) this is the first, and quite often the only place I shop: www.shopshinyobjects.com
Jerald Silva My father. Chef, grandfather, great grandfather, gardener, world traveler, patron
of the arts, writer, musician. Does a little painting too.
Victoria Smith… Victoria Smith
is the wonderful local artist who did the layout for my CD cover as well as the disc itself and also creates the great posters
for my shows. Our friendship goes back to the early ‘70s and I am excited and proud to have the opportunity to collaborate
with my cherished friend on so many artistic endeavors. If you are a musician looking to have posters for your shows that
will add some pizzazz to your promotional package, Victoria is the person you want to reach out to.
Currently there are hundreds of thousands of teenagers and 20 somethings wearing our countries uniform in combat
zones. These are kids who are there for us and many of them do not have anyone at home sending them packages during the holidays,
or at any other time during the year.
For just a few bucks at the store and a flat rate shipping box from the
post office, you can make a difference in their lives and remind them that there is a country of people who respect them and
care about them. If you go to this site, it will tell you what to send, and which bases have officers who are participating
in seeing that their kids who are not getting love from home are taken care of when packages to "Any Soldier" arrive.
Puff's Place.... Whether looking for the best things to do in Santa Cruz, the best shows on TV, or just wanting to disappear into
the imagination of the greatest niece in the world, this is a site that will keep you captivated and entertained for hours
The John Prine Shrine...
From time to time people tell me that I remind them of John Prine. This makes me feel as if I have been compared
to Babe Ruth. I didn't know how badly I wanted to make music, or even think about writing songs until I saw John on Austin
City Limits back in the 1970's. Needless to say, I have remained a huge fan ever since. The John Prine Shrine is a labor of
love by a friend of mine who goes by the name of PMS Red in Iowa. On it one can swap stories, find song lyrics, tour dates,
photo's, and tons of great John Prine links. Plus, if you sign up for the mailing list, often times tickets can be purchased
before they go on sale for some of the greatest seats you can imagine.
The John Prine Shrine