Welcome to our page dedicated to things we love that are 'beyond' our work.
If you are in Nashville and it seems as if there is a uneven level of 'cool' throughout the city it is probably because The Band Escondido has most of it right now.
I read about them in my favorite magazine, 'Garden & Gun', bought their new record, 'The Ghost of Escondido' and cannot stop listening.
When you factor the great sound, lyrics and musicianship along with the fact that it was recorded in one day you will understand what I mean about this duet seems to be 'hoggin' all the cool!
Read more on the 'People' link to the left
We started a new blog site called 'BizMuz' which is an 'abbreviation' for Business & Muse or Music.
Our intent is to highlight or profile someone who has a 'day job' but also does music on the side. We are still putting the fine sanding on the site but if you
are a musician who happens to earn the bulk of your income in business and would like to be considered for a profile, let me know.
Oyster season has just a few more days left and then we bid farewell until the fall. I can say this, I did have an opportunity to visit the gulf coast and had a few religious moments eating some of the finest oysters in a long, long while.
Speaking of the water, if you are in the Hilton Head Island area, go hear my brother in law Jim Davidson atCaptain Woody's.
Jim also has two CDs, "Which Way From Here" and "Bluffton State of Mind' and available on iTunes or his website
If you are not familiar with Singer/Songwriter Pat Terry, well, you should be. Pat's songs have been recorded by Alan Jackson, Kenny Chesney, Travist Tritt, Tanya Tucker, B.J. Thomas, The Oak Ridge Boys, John Anderson and many, many more. His latest full release is 'Laugh For A Million Years and is available on his website and on iTunes.
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Private, Nonresidential Construction Spending Outlook Good
The outlook for private nonresidential construction spending remains upbeat, according to the Marcum Commercial Construction Index for the first quarter of
“Business confidence is in the 97th percentile, unemployment is near a 10-year low, and the Consumer Confidence Index has not been this high since December 2000,” wrote Anirban Basu, Marcum’s chief construction economist and author of the report.
“This all bodes well for the U.S. construction sector, which stands to benefit from a combination of consumer and business spending growth.
“Although nonresidential construction spending fell on a monthly basis in March, it remains a largely positive indicator. February’s nonresidential construction spending value of $717 billion… is the highest total since the Census Bureau began tracking the indicator.”