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Old 11-07-2014, 09:38 AM   #1
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The Cat's Pajamas

I've just added a new post to my blog in my series of interviews with people I've been meeting as I tour the USA in my RV. Today I begin my 7th month on the road. Woohoo! I interviewed Brian Skinner, the bass vocalist and producer of the popular a capella group, The Cat's Pajamas. An excerpt follows with a link to the full post on my blog, if you're interested to read it. My blog has other interviews, of course, outstanding photography and photo tips, campground reports and more. It's free. If you like it and want to receive email notices when I make new posts look for the text entry field on the left and/or bottom of the page and type in your email address. Now, the excerpt:

After arriving in Branson I took a look at the roster of shows in town. I'm sure there must have been 100, maybe more. When I read on TripAdvisor that The Cat's Pajamas, an a cappella group, was very highly regarded and well reviewed it was for me a slam-dunk choice in terms of shows to see while in town. I have always enjoyed a cappella. Now, having seen the show myself, I can highly recommend it to you. Read more at The Catís Pajamas is The Catís Meow | Russ on the Road
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