It's SO good to be home and making lots of music with dear friends who happen to be amazing musicians! - updated 2014-04-04 06:40:30 UTC
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Interests
Interests:
People, Places, and Music and Things
Hobbies:
Cooking
Television:
Mad Men, Anything on the Food Network, PBS, Discovery Channel, and Travel Channel
Movies:
I haven't seen many...MUST SEE MORE!!! What do YOU recommend?
Music:
ll try anything once! I love having people turn me on to artists/composers I am not familiar with. I haven't listened to nearly enough. MUST LISTEN MORE!!!
About me:

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  • FRUIE THE COSMIK DEBRIS

    Scheila,

    Just found out i can take a little ride downstate a little to Syracuse,N.Y.for some Zappa Plays Zappa. So happy about this that i'd do a cartwheel if i only could without breaking something or other. Can't wait  C  U soon Peace Fruie.

    PS you Rock girl.

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  • Scheila Gonzalez

    WESFEST featuring John Patitucci is TONIGHT!!! It's been an honor to participate in the past and though I can't attend this evening, I'll be there in spirit. Go check out this incredible lineup of musicians and support a worthy cause. :-) The Baked Potato is *tiny* and I hear there are still tickets available - come on SoCal people, I *know* you can sell that place out! You'll see John Patitucci in his first west coast gig in forever, plus Joe Travers and Friends (featuring Ben Thomas, Kurt Morgan, Dorian Heartsong, Yogi Lonich, Griff Peters, Colin Keenan), as well as Danny Mo & The Exciters (featuring 2013 Wes Wehmiller Scholarship Award Winner Max McKellar with legendary drummer Jonathan “JR” Robinson & Kira Small).
    http://weswehmiller.net/wesfest/wesfest-9-march-16-the-baked-potato/

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  • BB Pinky

    Hi Scheila,  Had a fun time at the HOB last nite.  Thanks for signing the photo for Becca. You are one of her inspirations.  She would have been there last night had it not been for the 21+ age restriction.  See you next time!

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  • George T

    Enjoyed the Birchmere performance the other night.

    I had a couple of my high school teachers with me (class of '75!) and we had a blast.

    The English Lit teacher sent me a thank you note (for taking him and his wife) which included an explanation of "Apostrphe" - which has many layers of meaning.

    Always enjoy seeing the live performances.

    You have always been a standout soloist and performer among some heavyweight stage partners.

    Hope to see you guys again next tour.

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