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What I Saw Riding My Bike Around Today
Adding the heat to the hobnobbing was Bobby J and Stuff Like That and leader Bobby Jordan. He amassed a slew of party guests for a new line dance, telling them "It's easy." Soon the place was pulsating with Katie at the fore.
- Nell Nolan, Nola.COM
TALENTED, DYNAMIC, SPIRIT-FILLED...JUST A FEW WORDS TO DESCRIBE HIM
- Lisa Ross, Times Picayune
BOBBY J ADDS COLOR TO ANY SUNSET SKY
- Reuben Detiege, Radio and TV Personality
Bobby J and Stuff Like That provided music for the royal court and the revelers to boogie-woogie.
This Week's Blog
Why we need music
TODAY’s managers are always wanting to “outsource” things. They talk about savings and partnerships and choice, while really they are trying to rid themselves of responsibility. Music is one of those things that defines our humanity. Indeed, it defines the best of us. In one or more of its various forms, music is present in most of our lives and, at some level, essential to our cultures. You might say that music is society’s soul. So it is the job of managers, politicians and economists to ensure its health. If these people can’t do their jobs, of course they should be replaced. - See more at: http://inside.org.au/why-we-need-music/#sthash.BTJz0VHg.dpuf
The most abstract of our arts is also one of the things that defines our humanity, writes Andrew Ford...
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