Better at the almost last minute than never...
Some of my readers are aware that I sometimes pretend that I can play guitar, and that I even went so far as to play in a non-professional but serious band in the early/mid 90s, so ever since Rocky announced it, I've been looking forward to the Lotusphere JamFest. Last night I dug out some of my old fake sheets, scanned them, and posted them to the JamFest wiki. I'll bring a few printouts of each to the conference.
Here's a list of the sheets I scanned, in no particular order:
1. Jess Stratton01/19/2006 09:07:23 AM
Cool! Can you please bring a few copies of the lyrics as well?
2. Richard Schwartz01/19/2006 09:24:40 AM
All the fake sheets have lyrics. Otherwise, I get totally lost.
3. Chris Whisonant01/19/2006 10:08:26 AM
Awesome Richard! Looking forward to it...
Jess - glad to see you signed up. As I stated on your High-Tech Woman at the Wiki, I was just wondering if there were any female musicians out there.
4. Jess Stratton01/19/2006 10:30:21 AM
I'm sure they will all pop out of the woodworks come the jam session. There aren't too many female bloggers to begin with, let alone ones that would know about the Jamfest Wiki.
5. Richard Schwartz01/19/2006 11:02:11 AM
If I do any more scanning, I'll try and get some more female vocal numbers. I know I have sheets for some Melissa Etheridge, Pretenders, and others.
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