Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Prince concert

Julie Delgado and I, just plain wore out (just kidding around) ... final encore... Prince at the Los Angeles Forum.

photo by Melanie Taylor

Terry Wollman - Buddha's Ear CD performance

Thank you to everyone who came out to support "Feed The Future." We had a great time playing our new music and are happy to support this wonderful cause.
Join hands with Annie Morgan, owner of Taste Buds (a creative eatery) as she raises funds to travel to Zambia, Africa this summer to teach and share her culinary talents with the students of Northrise University!
Come hear Annie's story as you BID, EAT, and SHOP for a wonderful cause!

Mission Stetement:

In July, Annie and her team will be traveling to Zambia (Sub-Saharan Africa) to prepare and coordinate some 400 meals a day for volunteers and students who will be expanding and promoting programs at the University.

Northrise is an educational institution dedicated to equipping men and women to work in ministry and business so as to contribute to the spiritual and economic transformation in Zambia.

Northrise University seeks to equip its students to become future leaders through their rigorous academics and spiritual training. Graduates are encouraged to stay and work in Zambia after graduation to help change their nation from within.

With your support, Annie will take her passion for feeding children and adults to another level. She not only will be nourishing the desire for education, but she also plans to inspire a “Hospitality Program” at the University. Her vision is to share her knowledge and skills in the culinary arts and the hospitality business with the students of Northrise.

Annie is grateful for your many years of business and friendship!
AND, she is looking forward to sharing this time with MANY of you as well!

If you are not able to attend, donations may also be made the following ways:

Designate your donation under Impact 2011
FOR: Annie Morgan

Thursday, May 5, 2011


This is me with my Uncle Len who will be 91 in a couple of weeks. It's nice to be with family.