Sad to hear of Jim Miller's passing yesterday. Over the last few years, Jim graciously agreed to come visit the KVU and coached us a couple of times along with his son-in-law Jay Hawkins. What a fantastic man - a hero in the barbershop world who will be missed. I won't say more....as my words can't do justice to describe his life and legacy.
Check out the KVU's upcoming show - December 2, 2011 - 8:00 p.m. at the Clifton Center in Louisville, KY. More info at www.kyvocalunion.org
We had a blast at the cardinal convention this past weekend. Samantha runs the judges room, and I'm the DRCJ for cardinal - so we stay in the judges hospitality room. Had all 4 kids with us, along with my mother who usually goes to help out and watch the contest. They swim alot, and love to ride the elevators. But, the two youngest kids were extra wild this weekend - so we had to threaten to leave them home next time if they didn't settle down. They'll grow up soon and all we'll have are memories of their craziness! :)
KVU scored 87.7 and qualified to go to Portland summer 2012. We performed the same set we sang in KC - Rock This Town, and Since I Don't Have You. Great fun!
I'm humbled to be associated with so many talented musicians throughout the world. I thank you all for being part of my life through music. I know my Heavenly Father has blessed me with certain talents and I hope to keep sharing them. I'm eternally grateful for my Savior Jesus Christ and all He has done for me and my family. If you want to know more about my beliefs in Christ, visit ww.mormon.org
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