AJ & Abba 1988

Times were the way they were. There's much I regret looking back now, but I always believed in justice and fair play. I tried my best to make things as right as they could be, through much effort and helpful advice from family and friends at the time, and since. I wish I'd done better on my part, no doubt. I certainly wasn't blameless for sure, hardly. My tenure at Bullseye Blues, which I helped create, was coming to a close for both personal and professional reasons. It was a grand and glorious time, maybe the best of my life, especially the birth of my beloved son AJ in 1988.

In a short time, we'd garnered seven Grammy nominations and multiple W.C. Handy Awards when I was at the helm. On a personal and professional level I accomplished many, if not most, of my dreams. I thought I 'knew' and played the Blues before, but I was in for a rude awakening before too long. Love and life can be so cruel and confusing at times and I sincerely apologize and am sorry for all that I contributed to all of that. So it was. One cannot change the past. I'm not one to complain about it now. But it was time to move on back then.

"TALES of a ROAD DOG" - 'The Lowdown Along the Blues Highway' by Ron Levy
Traditional e-Book version - See Store For Price Delivery in minutes, faster than any pizza!

Click Here To Order E-Book Version For Kindle! | Now Also Available On Barnes & Noble

Advanced De-luxe web-book version - $19.99 Lifetime subscription with updates!

Click Here To Order De-luxe Web-Book Version!

Print version - $24.95

Click Here To Order Print Version!

« Table Of Contents