I think it would be very restful though. The cd case does contain a warning not to listen to the cds while driving, and for kids to use earbuds if they are listening in the car, so I’m pretty sure it is really restful.
You can hear some samples on the Live Well website.
Jeff Gold has several cds available that are good for kids. Especially kids with special needs such as those with Autism. You can read my review of his music from a couple of years ago.
The concert is free but they do pass the hat and they hope that all attendees would donate at least 5 bucks which ALL goes to the musicians according to their MySpace page.
For more info you can also check out Bluegrass Monday on Facebook.
I first heard about this last week. Why did no one tell me before??? I could have been going to free concerts once a month.
Yes I am deaf but I can still feel the music even if I can’t hear it and if you take into account that lots of live concerts are WAY TOO LOUD then even deaf people can enjoy them.
Besides at least half the fun of a live concert is people watching. Both the people performing and the people listening…or doing whatever they are doing. You never know with southerners. Some of them might just come to sit and take a nap(if the music isn’t TOO LOUD).
Yes I have a bee in my bonnet about loud music…you listen to too much of it and you will ruin your hearing and I can tell you for a fact that not being able to hear AIN’T NO FUN!! So there.
Anyway this sure seems like a fun way to get out of the house once a month that won’t cost an arm and a leg. I’m all for that.
This is part of a National Antique Bus Show and they will be at the old bus station in Blytheville. The bus station is the former Greyhound Terminal on Fifth Street and is listed on the National Register Of Historic Places.
This building is really cool. I love the way it looks from the outside and it has been restored and has a small museum inside as well as local tourist info and the “Main Street Blytheville” headquarters.
This event sure sounds interesting. There will be music and a flea market as well as the old Buses. It looks like the music and flea market will be open Friday afternoon and evening and all day Saturday. (Schedule posted here).
All of them feature comfort music that is great for music therapy, yoga, massage, or just winding down.
If you visit the music therapy page on Jeff’s website you can read about how folks (including his nephew) have used his music to help autistic and other special needs kids.
Those of you with autistic children might find this especially interesting but music is good for anybody! Even deaf people. I don’t usually listen to music with singers because I miss most of it and with hearing aids it often ends up being just “noise”.
He has a page where you can hear some of his music. I checked it out. I’m sure that a lot of it was lost on me…but I did like the feel of it and what I could actually hear of it. I can believe that it would help you relax or even go to sleep if you needed help with that. Check it out for yourself!
Jeff is very generously giving all my readers a discount of 20% off any of his CDs but you have to order from his website. The code will not work on other sales sites(Amazon, iTunes or CDBaby).
To get the discount just click on the CD cover on his homepage to go his checkout on Bandcamp. It asks if you have a discount code. Just put in the code “wyrdings” (without the quotes) to get your discount.
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