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Brand New Bag: A drum roll please; for original music, Press Play

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We have hemmed and hawed and hinted. We have danced around the idea, discussed it and dissected. We have done just about everything we can without putting a ring on it and making it Facebook official. But that all changes right now. We’re putting it in print and once you do that, well, there is no ...

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  1. Steven: I am so pleased that you are bringing back this writer’s competition. As a younger man, I was very involved in promoting local musicians in Augusta, mostly in local venues where I worked. My only personal contact with you came about several years ago when we helped Augusta Prep judge the winners of a state-wide essay competition. I’m the guy from ARC (now retired). I remember when Ken and Mindy Stephens’ band, Livingroom Legends, won the yearly songwriter’s competition. Their prestige in the Augusta music scene flourished. I will look forward to seeing all the finalists at Arts in the Heart this year. And by the way, your recurring photo in TAP is somewhat reminiscent of Larry Jon Wilson.

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