Being shy; and how to overcome it

Ever since I became an “adult”, I started becoming conscious of myself, my limits and how I stacked up against the competition. I decided that I was not that good and stopped right in my track and did something else for many years. I had become too shy to even sing to my wife a capella. Now, what to do about it? Honestly, I don’t know, but I am taking steps to overcome it.

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How to play at Madison Square Garden

Since I started this blog, I’ve been thinking of ways to get me and a band on stage at Madison Square Garden. It seems like a tough challenge at first, but the trick here is to break the main goal into smaller and smaller pieces and then do the next logical thing.

So… Here is a short list of possibilities that I have thought of:

  • Make it a charitable event
  • Get support by one or more celebrity
  • Make it part of a TV show
  • Book The Garden as soon as possible and hope for the best

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Vocal training in Oslo

I’ve been singing since I was a little kid or at least as far back as I can remember. Screaming at the top of my lungs to great KISS songs and other popular tunes at the time. Then came a time in my life when I began writing my own songs, dipping my toes in ice cold and uncharted waters.

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I have a dream

That’s what Martin Luther King said a few days ago and it applies to all of us, doesn’t it?

It happened a few weeks ago when I was day dreaming and it suddenly hit me and it hit me hard. It was like falling in love with the most beautiful girl you’ve ever seen and she loved you back just as much.

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