In Which My Banjo Becomes Famous…

Today when I arrived for my shift monitoring the radio station, not only was I greeted by the amazing sounds of (check it out by clicking there –>) yyu, an artist that we were filming, and streaming live on the radio, but also the sight of my banjo lying on the floor.  yyu  was covered in a lacy sheet and singing and producing sounds from a small machine that was shrouded under his lace. It was really interesting to hear his music.  At first, I felt a slight panic rise in me.  I had left my banjo in the station, trusting that everyone would respect it- and that nothing bad would happen to it. I quickly quelled my fears as I lost myself in the mind stretching and amazing music that I was experiencing live with just about four other people.  I hope that people listened in on the radio, and we should have the recording up soon (which I will try to post if I can).  After he was done performing, I found out that he had been using my banjo for some of his music. Instead of being annoyed that someone had been using  Susannah without my permission- I was flattered, and curious.  I was happy that my banjo was actually GETTING PLAYED.  I feel as though I haven’t been playing it quite enough, and I want to get some use out of it.  It is great that both my friends at the radio station, and musicians that have been hosted at the station have been able to get some use out of it.

I really regret that I was unable to motivate myself to stop writing my newsletter for my fundraising class, leave my dorm and get to the radio station a little sooner to hear the banjo music.  I need to get a banjo alert system that goes off anytime someone is playing a banjo around my campus so I can immediately show up, listen & learn.

My banjo in my messy closet from last year...

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One Comment to “In Which My Banjo Becomes Famous…”

  1. Soon Susannah will be a big fish in a little pond! She’s makin’ strides!

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