Singing News April 2011: Tidbits and Intentional Misunderstandings
After I added the Garms Family as contributors, the thought struck me: If they can contribute, why not invite my siblings?
So I did.
They have indicated that they want to remain individually anonymous for now—they like writing, but don’t like the spotlight—and so, we’ll identify them collectively as “Daniel’s Siblings.”
And they have a sense of humor! Here is their first post—observations on the latest issue of the Singing News. – Daniel
Front Cover: The location of the mileage sign is the size of Kentucky and Tennessee combined.
Page 3: Tim Riley’s “I’m Retired Do It Yourself” T-shirt is available in more sizes then his own.
Page 4: What happens on a rainy day during a photo session: Gordon Mote offers to drive everyone to the restaurant and Danny Jones will not recover for a few months!
Page 13: Host Hotel: Holiday Inn Express – Gas City. Is the price of gasoline good enough to pay for the trip . . . if so, it might be worth staying for the workshop.
Page 14: Michael Combs first kid’s CD: “Little Lambs.” (A project for young goats, about young sheep.)
Page 36: “I received a call . . . the rest is history.”
Page 47: 43rd Annual Brumley Gospel Sing . . . If Albert Brumley will be there, it would certainly be worth the ticket price.
Page 50: Blue Mountain Gospel Music Festival; “Talent subject to change without notice.” Will the groups share talent with each other? That might be a sight to see!
Page 53: “Promote, Ticket, Worship! Sell tickets online and on site for only 99cents per ticket” . . . They even sell tickets for worship services now?
Page 65: The winner’s face is rather blank.
Page 85: Primitive Quartet 38th Anniversary Singing: “All seats reserved. . . Tickets available at usual outlets.” If all seats are reserved and they’re still selling tickets, are they selling tickets for full seats?