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After the Mardi Gras – Boise’s Gone From Five Ballrooms to None

  The view from the stage would have gladdened the heart of any musician.   A sold-out show, an enthusiastic crowd. Hundreds of people dancing, laughing, enjoying an experience that, sadly, will never happen again.  Bob Woollis, who was visiting from Syracuse, N.Y., called the evening “a fitting end to an era for a storied … Continue reading After the Mardi Gras – Boise’s Gone From Five Ballrooms to None

Duo to Perform at Sapphire Room, Tell Story of Life-Saving ‘Big Give’

 Musicians are noted for their generosity. Examples abound of musicians both famous and little known giving gifts both large and small.   Big names from Taylor Swift and Elton John to Rihanna and Willie Nelson have donated millions to charities.   A former bandmate of mine spent thousands to have a custom made guitar built … Continue reading Duo to Perform at Sapphire Room, Tell Story of Life-Saving ‘Big Give’

Love Letter to Idaho

Tim Woodward’s new columns have been alternating with Woodward Classics during the pandemic. This one, slightly modified here, originally was published in The Idaho Statesman after the Mt. St. Helens volcanic eruption in 1980.   A fair part of the state has choked on volcanic ash, and a scientist has predicted Idaho will fall into … Continue reading Love Letter to Idaho

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