New facelift for erinwright.com

I am converting my website into a blog site and intend to update it regularly once I navigate the learning curve for WordPress. But for now I have lots of good news.

1. I have found a new home for the Tuesday Night Jam Session and boy it’s a good one! Starting October 30, 2012 at Convivio 7-10pm the jam returns. Click on the link and I dare you not to salivate. Affordable prices, beautiful atmosphere, open to all ages and most importantly the owner Marta had a brother who was a great guitarist in Spain… so she is as passionate about good music as she is her excellent cuisine. It’s a good thing to work for people who love music ;) I cannot properly express how excited I am about this new location!

2. Stephanie Lienhard who is the loving wife of Jazzhouston.com founder/jazz pianist Andrew Lienhard has opened a beautiful shop on Studewood called the Sparrow and the Nest has agreed to sell some of my crafty items (betcha didn’t know I was crafty too). So click on the link, visit her shop, you’ll be glad you did …it’s a great place. Right now she is selling my handsewn art wraps, japanese paper dolls, and day of the dead greeting cards. I am working on putting together a workshop for kids to make their own day of the dead doll greeting cards.

3. Things are going great at Writers in the Round and currently I have many students studying guitar, ukulele, and bass. I have a couple of openings so contact me if you’re looking for a teacher… besates@aol.com.

Stay tuned I plan to update regularly, so for now off to study the WordPress manual.

Thanks,

Erin

Ps. I am performing this Thursday night October 4th at the Phoenicia Downtown Market 8-11pm with the great bassist David Craig.

2 thoughts on “New facelift for erinwright.com

  1. Hey Erin, the new hang looks cool. I hope to introduce my 1 year old to it.

    I use WP and this exact template (see my link… I did the graphics and the whole deal). If you need any help managing the dashboard let me know.

  2. What is the skill level for sitting in on the jam? I can hold my own with a II-V-I or blues progression. Can I sit in and try to hang with the rythm section.

    ray

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