December 2018 Update

December 2018 Update A Very-Early Season’s Greetings, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and Happy New Year to All of You Out There: (Nearly had to take a breath on that even while typing it…I do aerobic typing, just in case you were wondering. I’m trying to start a fad. Think it’ll float?) At any rate, welcome here to the final dispatch of 2018. I hope everyone had a heart-warming, tryptophan-producing Thanksgiving and that you’ve had a good kick-off to the holiday season. I’ll be at Kevin Barry’s (912-233-9626) 117 W. River Street in Savannah all through Pearl Harbor Week, which is to say 3-9 December. The 77th observation of Pearl Harbor Day itself is on Friday, the 7th. I believe is well worth remembering and honoring all those who participated in the ensuing activities. Monday thru Saturday, I’ll be on stage at 8:00 as is usual. On Sunday, assuming there’ll be a session, hosted by my talented friends the Savannah Ceilidh Band; I’ll go on after the session. The session itself normally runs from about 6:30 until about 8:30. If, for one reason or another, there’s no session, I’ll go on at 8:00 again. What with Christmas coming on and all, you might want to think about gift giving (What a novel idea: giving gifts at Christmas, don’t you think?) Anyway, I still have some copies available of that rare publication, “Frank Tells Tales”. I dunno, but I think it might make a marvelously appropriate present. I’ll have some at the gig for $10, or I’ll sign and mail one to you upon receipt of $11.50 sent to me at: 790 E. Spiller Street Wytheville, Virginia 24382 Barring that, or even including that, you can download and in some cases purchase a bunch of my material – since I’ve been told that this is a common practice in these copyright-less days – from a number of sources, including Youtube and also at Spotify, Apple iTunes, Google Music Store, Rhapsody, Deezer, Amazon, thru CD Baby or even at my website: www.frankemerson.com. I guess that wraps if up for now. Ditto to what I said in the opening paragraph. In addition, please join me in keeping in your thoughts and prayers those men and women in harm’s way at home and overseas. Drop a line or an e-mail or a visit to my website, if you feel like it. I’m looking forward to seeing you down the road – maybe even next week! All the best, Frank One more thing: when you’re filling out your Christmas cards this year, if you will, please send one to the following: A Recovering American Soldier C/O Walter Reed Army Medical Center 6900 Georgia Ave., NW Washington, DC 20307-5001

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