Monthly Archives: September 2019

Granddad Scrambles for Work (part 2)

Continuing yesterday’s chapter in the memoirs of my grandfather, G.M.C. Massey, as he tries to settle into a new career in the post office. Well after the 6 month probation was over; I thought that I had it made; & … Continue reading

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Granddad Scrambles for Work (part 1)

In a prior post, my grandfather explained how he moved from his birthplace in rural east Texas out to San Angelo in 1918, after winning a contract to run the Star Route mail run from San Angelo and Sonora. That … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to Me!

Birthdays naturally trigger memories, especially if you’re 65. Holy shit, I’m 65? how did THAT happen? Though I do not actually remember my first birthday, I have black & white home movie footage of my 1st birthday party my folks … Continue reading

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Will T. Massey “Slow Study” Release — 30 Years Ago @ Chicago House

The year was 1989. Despite the demise of the Dillo a decade earlier, the Austin music scene was thriving. Touring acts from rock to reggae to punk to world beat played Liberty Lunch. Antone’s hosted blues masters for fans every … Continue reading

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Songs of Will T. Massey — “Long, Lonesome Look”

Will’s most recent CD, The Weathering, came out 3 years ago. As usual, while working on recording that collection of songs, he never stopped writing new songs. He played this one that didn’t make the CD at The Weathering release … Continue reading

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In the News…

This article by Jason Veatch was originally posted on the FEDC website. Congratulations to Alan Buller of FEDC TechSTART, a Top 3 Statewide Finalist for a 2019 Colorado Technology Association APEX Award When Alan and his wife moved from Austin, Texas, to Canon … Continue reading

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