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Amy doing Drag, Again!
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As a few may know I perform in drag shows from time to time and I've done a couple recently and here is a you tube link to one tune I played from a week ago (June 26)
 The bar I usually play at is a LGBTQ one in Hamilton Ontario, and is very friendly and accepting no matter where you find yourself, even if you are straight and binary!
 This piece is very long and I made this shorter arrangement of it, as it easier on my old fingers, as well as not so involved for the audience who may not be into listening for 12 mins or so.
 The opening chord is meant to be played LOUD, and the sound guy had the system turned well up for me and it really got everyone's attention.
 Amy

           





https://youtu.be/ZWnP4_XqklU
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(07-05-2024, 11:27 AM)CanuckGirl Wrote: As a few may know I perform in drag shows from time to time and I've done a couple recently and here is a you tube link to one tune I played from a week ago (June 26)
 The bar I usually play at is a LGBTQ one in Hamilton Ontario, and is very friendly and accepting no matter where you find yourself, even if you are straight and binary!
 This piece is very long and I made this shorter arrangement of it, as it easier on my old fingers, as well as not so involved for the audience who may not be into listening for 12 mins or so.
 The opening chord is meant to be played LOUD, and the sound guy had the system turned well up for me and it really got everyone's attention.
 Amy







https://youtu.be/ZWnP4_XqklU

Love the 70's look!   Fantastic!
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(07-07-2024, 08:30 AM)Heather Smith Wrote:
(07-05-2024, 11:27 AM)CanuckGirl Wrote: As a few may know I perform in drag shows from time to time and I've done a couple recently and here is a you tube link to one tune I played from a week ago (June 26)
 The bar I usually play at is a LGBTQ one in Hamilton Ontario, and is very friendly and accepting no matter where you find yourself, even if you are straight and binary!
 This piece is very long and I made this shorter arrangement of it, as it easier on my old fingers, as well as not so involved for the audience who may not be into listening for 12 mins or so.
 The opening chord is meant to be played LOUD, and the sound guy had the system turned well up for me and it really got everyone's attention.
 Amy




 Thank you very much Heather!


https://youtu.be/ZWnP4_XqklU

Love the 70's look!   Fantastic!
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