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The Six String Music Songwriters’ Invitational

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The Six String Music Songwriters’ Invitational is only FOUR MONTHS AWAY–August 9-12!

Remember, if you register AND reserve your hotel room at the Hotel Provincial by May 15th, you’ll be in a drawing for TWO FREE NIGHTS stay at the Provincial the weekend of Six String!  Really!  I heard them actually announce it on Radio Margaritaville today!  (Seriously!)

So get your registration printed out from or available on the facebook page, and call the Provincial (504-581-4995–make sure to tell them you’re part of Six String).  DO IT NOW!

And now for some details:

I believe I mentioned that a change this year will be the night shows at Margaritaville–on Friday and Saturday we will feature two of our performers, John Frinzi and Jim Morris, in their set THERE as opposed to all sets being at Tropical Isle in the daytime.  We will still have the popular “Songwriter Circle” at night, but will feature one performer each night in this Six String set.

And since the last email we have signed Matt Hoggatt, who recently won the American Songwriter January/February 2012 Lyric Contest for his song “Dear Jimmy Buffet”!

Tentative schedule for the weekend below–

Thursday, August 9th

Radio M’ville Happy Hour

Short Performances by Artists

Friday, August 10th

Tropical Isle:

Songwriter Listening Session

Thom Shepard and friend

Dani Hoy

 John Friday

Songwriter Circle at M’ville

John Frinzi – night show at M’ville

Saturday, August 11th

Tropical Isle:

Captain Josh

Matt Hoggatt

Sunny Jim

John Reno

Joe Bennett

Songwriter Circle at M’ville

Jim Morris – night show at M’ville

Sunday, August 12thMargaritaville-Brent Burns Brunch


Now let’s acknowledge our sponsors-to-date–these are the folks that actually allow us to make a few bucks to give to the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic–and remember to thank them when you see them and frequent their businesses!


VIP Songwriters Sponsorship–$1000


The Viking Parrots- Kris & Karin Gangsaas


Dr, Craig & Cathy Parker


Trop- Rock Sponsorship–$250


Gerry & Jerri Sullivan


Crab Island Mambo


Vocalist Sponsorship–125


Ms. Hen Rikke Viking

Capt. Leo & Cheryl Singleton

We could use some more support–consider being a sponsor!  For as little as $125–only $45 more than a couple of registrations–you could be recognized and worshiped too!

So come on–don’t miss out on all the fun!

And remember LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!!!! , and share this with all your friends!
Eliot D. Guerin

Six String Music Committee


Meeting of the Minds November 1, 2012 Entertainment

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Thursday, November 1st, 2012. Key West, Florida. Meeting of the Minds! Here is your schedule for the day as promised!

Here is the link to the Wednesday and Thursday schedule which is now up on the web:

It’s registration day. Thanks to our awesome registration chair Rick Fyffe and his co-chair Kathy Pfister as well as the many MOTM volunteers we are going to get you through that line in a record time. In the meantime we are going to make sure you have some awesome entertainment to listen to as well as a cold drink in your hand.
I should mention that all those gift bags have nice things in them thanks to PHiP board member Pege Wright and hard working volunteers like Robert “Bojo” Johnson. We also have a new person helping this year by the name of Rae Anne Swan. When you see these folks be sure to thank them for all the hard work. They work hard for YOU! And yeah we are all going to have a great time!

Brent Burns will be keeping everyone smiling throughout the morning as you register and visit with your friends. Music Ambassador of the Alabama Gulf Coast Convention and Visitors Bureau.” in 2008, Burns won three awards in the first ever Trop Rock Music Awards. Burns won “Entertainer of the Year,” “CD of the Year (for “Ragtops and Flip Flops”)” and a special WAVE award for his charitable work. 2010 brought more Trop Rock Music awards, CD and Song of the Year for “I’ve Got A Beach in My Backyard” and Songwriter of the Year.
Burns was all over the national scene with his songs and videos, “Pain At The Pump” and “Drill, Drill, Drill.” After the videos were posted on You Tube, CNN interviewed Burns and used “Pain At The Pump” in their special “4 Bucks! What’s Next? America’s Fuel Crisis.” When the BP oil spill struck his beloved Gulf Coast in April 2010, Burns took the oil giant to task with his song, “Drill, Drill, Drill.” The song and video were featured on CNN’s Headline News. Burns first tapped into the American public’s anger over rising fuel costs in response to the oil shortages of the 1970s and 80s. Burns wrote the hit song, “Cheaper Crude or No More Food.” The song sold 200,000 copies the day it was released and climbed the Billboard Charts after radio commentator Paul Harvey played it three times. It is the first and only song ever played in Harvey’s nearly 50 years of radio broadcasting.
A portion of Brent’s CD sales goes to charities including the American Cancer Society, Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, and Habitat for Humanity. Brent is a great guy to listen to and to meet! Be sure to shake his hand as you go through the line for your credentials…in between songs of course!

Mark Mulligan who hails from Mexico is up on the beach stage by 11:00. Here’s what Mark will tell you: And God knew JUST what he was doing when he denied me fame and fortune. Cause I ended up south of the border, singing and writing songs, raising my kids in a place I love, spending time on the beach instead of in traffic, singing for people who dance to my tunes one night and the next day join me for charitable work with the “Castaway Kids”. Just think, had I scored that hit record, I could be in rehab by now…or maybe off trashing a hotel room and getting arrested for the tenth time. In the meantime you can visit his web site for more hints about his talent. I will tell you Mark skipped the part about being a great entertainer. Be sure you check him out and pick up a couple of his cds!

Thom Shepherd! Thom is not to be missed. If you have heard “Redneck Yacht Club” you know Thom’s music. He has written Grammy nominated songs and has a long list of artists recording his songs from George Jones to Montgomery Gentry, actually the list goes on and on.

He has moved from Nashville to Texas and we are pleased to have him at MOTM. His current single is “Band Aid On a Bullet Wound” and you can check that out on his web site.
I think this taste of his music will only wet your appetite for some more of his music. Be sure to check him out and take home a stack of his cds. I’ll see you there!
Jerry Diaz! Jerry Diaz is a songwriter, solo performer, and founder of the band “Hanna’s Reef”. The son of a merchant marine (R.L. Diaz) from the coast of Venezuela, and an artist (Irene Rivera) from Mexico, Diaz has both the nautical spirit and the gypsy flair running through his veins. Born and raised on the upper Texas coast, Jerry gives listeners a glimpse of the coastal lifestyle in just about every song he writes. From songs about Key West, Florida, to songs about New Orleans, and the Texas beach towns that he’s grown up in, Diaz takes you on a musical journey of boats, beaches, and bars.
As a songwriter, Diaz has accumulated quite a catalog of songs that have been enjoyed throughout the Gulf Coast, for the last several years. Jerry founded the band “Key West” in 1993, and performed with that band until April of 2002. During that time, Key West recorded three albums, which featured many Diaz originals. It is with Key West that Jerry developed his trademark high-energy “tropical” songwriting style that folks have come to know and love.
The story continues but you should know Jerry will be on our beach stage and YOU will enjoy it. If you haven’t registered you might want to consider doing that now before reading on!

At 5:00 on the main stage you will find the local favorite “Howard Livingston and the Mile Marker 24 Band
Howard Livingston and the Mile Marker 24 band are the real deal. They are an original tropical island band who has recorded five studio CDs filled with over fifty all originals that always please the crowd. The music of Mile Marker 24 offers universal appeal with an easy going lilt and sway that celebrates the human spirit while being underscored by steel drums, guitars, marimba and subtle strings.
Howard and company have become known as a Portable Party Machine! With the 1952 Johnson outboard motor – turned margarita maker – that became well known when making margaritas with Al Roker (Today Show), Dave Price (CBS Early Show), Sam Champion (Good Morning America), and Samantha Brown (The Travel Channel), Livingston performs all over and we are fortunate to have him on our stage once again at MOTM! He has shared the stage with the likes of Mac McAnally, Little River Band, Cowboy Troy, America, Jerry Jeff Walker, Hank Williams, Tim McGraw, Big and Rich, and Keith Urban. You will have fun so be there and be the one smiling while talking about this experience the next morning!

Homemade Wine! This band made quite an impression when they graced the stage at MOTM so they are back again this year!

Some say Homemade Wine is a tropical rock band. Some say Homemade Wine is a country band. Still others insist Homemade Wine is a southern-rock acoustic band. While any or all of these could apply, it is safe to say Homemade Wine is intent on creating a new genre of music, their own genre of music.
Be there for this band. Thursday night, we are going to have a great time!

John Frinzi and Friends!
Well all I can say is this is a MOTM tradition. John always attracts some of the cream of the crop musicians who are down for MOTM each year and they manage to pull off some really cool jam sessions.
I will let a little secret out. Coral Reefer Band member Doyle Grisham will be there on pedal steel guitar and you are sure to hear some really cool sounds from this gig.
There are other possible special guests due to come by and this show is not to be missed!
The friends on this stage in the past have been people like Freebo and others who have played on many of your favorite albums in homes all across America. Be sure to hang out for this one! I’ll see you there.

That’s it as by the time all this music stops it will be Friday morning in Key West and the moon will be high over the water.
Next up! Another fabulous MOTM Friday Streetfest!

I should mention two new PHiP board members who are working hard to bring MOTM to you this year…Your President Chris “Papa” Zuest and Secretary David Cohen.
Tomorrow I will introduce the rest of the PHiP Board but the point is they all work hard to make sure YOU and I both have a great time. And they Rock!

Remember to go register. This will be a party you can’t miss!

See you Friday at 6:00 PM EDT for the next MOTM schedule update!

Until Next time, I’ll see you, down the road.

Andrew Talbert
PHiP Director of Conventions
Meeting of the Minds 2012
“Another Trip Around the Sun”

MUSIC ON THE BAY – March 2nd – 4th, 2012 in Tampa, FL

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The MUSIC ON THE BAY website online registration is now available. Go to the Music on the Bay website for registration and details:

MUSIC ON THE BAY is to be held March 2nd – 4th, 2012 in Tampa, FL! It is currently sponsored by the Parrot Head Clubs of Tampa Bay, Sarasota Bay, Nature Coast, Charlotte Harbor, The Villages, Naples, and our host Whiskey Joes. Our inaugural year is going to kick off the premier spring break getaway for Parrot Heads. Tickets are $65 and are good for the entire weekend, with at least $5 from each ticket going to benefit the Shriners Hospital for children, and other charities.

Friday – (Michael “Crawdaddy” Crawley also appears)
1:00 Event kick off by JD Spradlin of Radio Margaritaville
1:00 – 3:00 De Lei’ed Parrots
3:00 – 3:30 John Friday – Solo
3:30 – 5:00 Brent Burns
5 :00– 5:30 John Friday – Solo
5:30 – 8:30 Jimmy Parrish and the Ocean Waves
8:30 – 9:00 John Friday – Solo
9:00 – 12:00 Homemade Wine

Saturday – (Michael “Crawdaddy” Crawley also appears)
11:00 Day kick off by JD Spradlin of Radio Margaritaville
11:00 – 11:30 John Patti – Solo
11:30 – 12:30 Sunny Jim Duo w/ John Patti
12:30 – 1:00 Sunny Jim – solo
1:00 – 2:30 Mike Miller
2:30 – 4:30 Jerry Diaz & Hanna’s Reef
4:30 – 5:00 Mike Mangum – Solo
5:00 – 7:00 Jim Asbell & the Tropiholics
7:00 – 7:30 Mike Mangum – Solo
7:30 – 9:30 Ramajay Intercoastal
9:30 – 10:00 Mike Mangum – Solo
10:00 – 12:30 The Boat Drunks

10:00 – 12:00 Day kick off by Bryan Crews
10:00 – 12:00 Breakfast with Capt. Josh and Banjody
12:00 – 12:30 Michael J. Weiss – Solo
12:30 – 2:30 Latitude
2:30 – 3:00 Michael Weiss – Solo
3:00 – 5:00 Jim Morris and the Big Bamboo Band
5:00- 5:30 Michael Weiss – Solo
5:30 – 7:30 Jack Mosley Band

As of 1-30-12
Subject to Change

MUSIC ON THE BAY attendees will receive “goodie bags” at check in and could have the chance to receive a FREE drink or two daily in addition to other great food & drink specials offered by our host Whiskey Joe’s. Learn more about Whiskey Joe’s on their website:

You will need to register for MUSIC ON THE BAY( ) before contacting the preferred hotels. To get the Parrot Head rate you need to have a registration code. The hotels are the Sailport Waterfront Suites and the Best Western Bay Harbor reservation information can be found on the MUSIC ON THE BAY website:

MUSIC ON THE BAY registration is open to the public and we encourage you to invite all of your friends to attend what will be an amazing weekend.
If you any questions or need assistance please contact any of the following Tampa Bay Parrot Head board members:
Skipper Bryan Crews:
First Mate Dorothy Bedlin:
Purser Patti Kochanek:
Yeoman Cindy Kendall:
Navigator Bill Connolly:

We want to see you at MUSIC ON THE BAY so register today!

Midwinter Meltdown heats up Manassas

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Twelve years ago, Ally Taylor and her husband were bored during the long stretch of winter. The pair of Parrotheads – loyal fans of Jimmy Buffett – decided to throw a February party in their Centreville townhome with live tropical music, food and friends.

When the party returned the next year to more fanfare, Taylor thought it might be fun to do it on a larger scale.

With the help of their home club, Parrotheads of the Old Dominion, that small townhome party morphed into the Midwinter Meltdown. The annual celebration, held at the Best Western Battlefield Inn of Manassas Jan. 27 to 29, offers Parrotheads and like-minded folks a way to break up the chilly monotony.

Pirates of the Potomac, a Northern Virginia group of Buffett fans, is partnering with Parrotheads of the Old Dominion on the event.

Taylor estimates the Meltdown, now in its 10th year, hosts 250 to 300 people from across the country each yearly.

Parrotheads adhere to the mantra “Party with a Purpose,” and the Midwinter Meltdown doesn’t stray from that. Event proceeds from the festive weekend benefit SERVE, a local organization that helps families on the path to self-sufficiency.

“We’ve put together three days of music and fun, and the benefits have always gone to SERVE as our charity of choice,” Taylor said. “The businesses of Manassas have been very supportive of us, especially with SERVE being a local way to help people out.”

Most of the musical acts are in a similar vein of Buffett’s “trop-rock” style, though a few rock bands are included in the lineup as well. Plenty of local and regional acts combine each year in a musical mishmash on stage.

“A lot of these bands know each other, so what happens is a crazy collaboration from bringing people from different bands on stage and creating these very different sounds,” Taylor said. “And that really is kind of the beauty of Midwinter. If you’re a live music fan, what happens spontaneously on stage can be very fun to watch.”

The first night kicks off with the groups Without Static and the Calypso Nuts.

“Those two acts are good friends of ours that are a much a partner to us in this as the Parrothead club is,” Taylor said. “They are really the soul of Midwinter from a musical perspective.”

Other acts throughout the weekend include Ted Garber, John Frinzi and John Patti, Ramajay Acoustic and Tropical Soul.

For those grooving from a distance, Island Dreamz Radio will broadcast the entire weekend

Even with the strong Parrothead presence, Taylor stressed the event is open to anyone in search of a good time.

“Anyone who comes should be ready for a lot of fun and some really great music – and know that they’ll be tired Sunday,” she said with a laugh. “They will come away hopefully having met some really great, fun people, and hopefully come back next year.”

In fact, she added, it’s not unusual for friends to reunite year after year, a symbol of the Parrothead nation in a broader sense.

“We’re lucky that we’ve had this great event for 10 years, and we’re all like family together,” Taylor said. “We’re just a bunch of adults acting like children.”

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Smokin’ Tuna Saloon MOTM Web Cam Schedule

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Sunny Jim & Friends – 1:00-5:00

Scott Kirby Band – 5:30-7:30

Peter Mayer & Friends – 9:00-12:00


John Frinzi – 1:00-5:00

Scott Kirby Band – 5:30-7:30

Peter Mayer & Friends – 9:00-12:00


Thom Shepherd – 1:00-5:00

Jim Morris & Big Bamboo Band – 9:00-11:30

Scott Kirby Band – 12:00-1:00


John Frinzi – 1:00-5:00

Thom Shpherd – 5:00-9:00

Scott Kirby Band – 9:00-1:00


John Frinzi – 1:00-5:00

Thom Shpherd – 5:00-9:00

Scott Kirby Band – 9:00-1:00


Howard Livingston (acoustic) 11:00-1:00

John Frinzi – 1:00-5:00

Mike Aiken, Scott Kirby, Kelly McGuire – 6:00-10:00

Scott Kirby Band – 10:00-1:00

Smokin’ Tuna Saloon Tuna Cam

Trop On!

Collaboration of MOTM Schedules

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Until Next Time… Trop On!













MUSIC ON THE BAY – 3 Day Trop Rock Festival

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The West Coast & Central Florida Parrot Head Clubs are uniting to bring a three Day Trop-Rock festival to the west Florida Bay area! We are calling it MUSIC ON THE BAY to be held March 2nd – 4th, 2012 in Tampa, FL!
The response from the musicians has been overwhelming! We have Seventeen count ‘em, 17 bands that will take to the outdoor beach stage at Whiskey Joe’s Barefoot Beach, located right on the waters of beautiful Tampa Bay.
We’ve got a complete weekend planned for you, with partying each night well past the green flash at sunset.

MUSIC ON THE BAY is sponsored by the Parrot Head Clubs of Tampa Bay, Sarasota Bay, Nature Coast, Charlotte Harbor, The Villages, Naples, and Whiskey Joes, our inaugural year is going to kick off the premier spring break getaway for Parrot Heads. Tickets are $65 and are good for the entire weekend, with at least $5 from each ticket going to benefit the Shriners Hospital for children, and other charities.

Tickets are limited so purchase today on our website or through any of the participating host clubs. Besides hearing the best in Trop rock, what would a parrot head event be without “goodie bags”? So, we’ve got some presents to give you when you arrive, and I got to tell you it really is some cool stuff.

You going to love Whiskey Joe’s it’s right at the Top of Tampa Bay has a private beach and boast some the best sunsets you will ever see. PLUS as a MUSIC ON THE BAY attendee each day you will have the chance to receive a FREE drink or two in addition to other great food & drink specials! That’s right I said FREE DRINK and on the beach!
Coming from out of town? We hope so. Plan a get away out of the still frozen north and experience true Southern Hospitality. We have two participating hotels lined up, with excellent room rates. Click on the link and check them out, or through our calendar page on our website. And since the party is right on the beach, pack those swim trunks & thongs along with your suntan lotion and beach balls, because the weather is here, and it really is beautiful. So what are you waiting for?
Check out the bands, the hotels, and then register for MUSIC ON THE BAY, guaranteed to make you want to move to Florida, that is if you don’t already live here!
Keep your eye out for the MUSIC ON THE BAY website as online registration will be live soon!
Registration is limited and filling up fast so to register today go to www.finsup.comthen click on the calendar page find MOTB March 2 through 4, 2012 click on the registration form, print, complete and mail it in with your check.
MUSIC ON THE BAY will feature these artist and more: The Boat Drunks, Homemade Wine, Jimmy Parrish & Ocean Waves, Brent Burns, Jim Morris & Big Bamboo, Ramajay Intercoastal, Jerry Diaz, Mike Miller, Jim Asbell & The Tropiholics, The Jack Mosley Band, John Friday, Latitude, John Frinzi, John Patti, Sunny Jim, Captain Josh & Banjody, Connie & The De’Leid Parrots and possibly other surprise musicians!
We would like this to be the BIGGEST TROP ROCK EVENT other than Meeting of the Minds and we don’t want it to happen without YOU! So, REGISTER TODAY!
If you have any questions or need help registering please email any of the following: Me your Skipper: our First Mate Dorothy: , our Purser Patti Kochanek: , you might prefer our Yeoman Cindy Lou Who Kendall: or our Director of Parties & Events Bill Connolly:

Featured Artist of the Week – John Frinzi

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New Jersey-born and Florida-based singer/songwriter John Frinzi has steadily gained recognition across the country for his soulful songs, unique voice, and strong live performances. Since the release and airplay success of his first CD, “Into The Dawn,” in 2003, Frinzi has developed a national following through constant touring. He plays well over 200 dates a year.


Frinzi has shared the stage with major performers in Americana, Folk and Roots music. Highlights were shows with Todd Snider, Mac McAnally, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Chuck Pyle, Mark Erelli, Randy Weeks, Slaid Cleaves, Duane Jarvis, Will Kimbrough, Stacey Earle and Mark Stuart, Eilen Jewell, Peter Mayer, Nadirah Shakoor, Michael Utley and Robert Greenidge.


John’s latest release, “Shoreline,” recorded in Nashville in late 2009, includes guest appearances by Keith Sykes, Doyle Grisham and Mike Utley. This CD contains 11 tracks of melodic folk, country and jazz-influenced songs that showcase Frinzi’s versatility as a songwriter and vocalist. Many of the “Shoreline” songs were co-written with Tom Corcoran—author of the Alex Rutledge Mystery Series and co-writer of the Jimmy Buffett classics, “Fins,” and “Cuban Crime of Passion.” The disc receives broad airplay including several songs in regular rotation on Sirius/XM Radio.

Festivals, Clubs, Corporate and Private Events.


·   Shoreline, 2009

·   Suncoast Serenade w/James White, 2005

·   Into The Dawn, 2003



Points of Note:

Recent Performances Include:

Children’s Miracle Network PGA Classic presented by Wal-Mart, Disney’s Magnolia Course, Lake Buena Vista, FL


Musikfest, Bethlehem, PA.

Hooters Casino, Las Vegas, NV.

Meeting Of The Minds Festival, Key West, FL.

Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, Key West FL.

The Migration Music Fest, Los Angeles, CA.

Six String Music Songwriters Festival, New Orleans, LA.

Before The Storm Hurricane Benefit, Margaritaville, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL.

Margaritaville Street Festival, Key West, FL.

Last Man Standing Event, Las Vegas, NV.

Tommy Rockers, Las Vegas, NV.

Guy Harvey Special Event, Ormond Beach, FL

Hurricane Beach, New England Great Adventure, MA.

Seacrets, Ocean City, MD.

M.R. Ducks, Ocean City, MD.

Hogs Breath Saloon, Key West, FL.

Captain Tony’s Saloon, Key West, FL.

Ricks on Duval, Key West, FL.

Blue Heaven, Key West, FL.

American Jukebox Theatre, Pigeon Forge, TN.

Roberts Western World, Nashville, TN.

Margaritaville, Orlando, FL.

Margaritaville, New Orleans, LA.

Tropical Isle, New Orleans, LA.

Katmandu, Trenton, NJ.

Great Taste of PA Wine Festival, Split Rock Resort, Poconos, PA.

Mid Winter Meltdown Event, Manassas, VA.

Trump Taj Mahal, Casbah Café, Atlatic City, NJ.

Carnival Liberty Cruise, Eastern Caribbean.

Beach Bash, Megans Bay, St Thomas USVI.

Lulu’s, Gulf Shores, AL.

Live Bait, Orange Beach, AL.

The Nav-A-Gator, Lake Suzy, FL.

Rapscallions, Land O’ Lakes, FL.

Da Hukilau, Clearwater, FL.

Sunny Jim’s Skeletons on the Beach, Osprey, FL.

Pirate Palooza, Lehigh Valley, PA.

Cheeseburger in Paradise, NY, NJ, GA, VA, MD & OH locations

John’s original music can be heard on these stations:

Radio Margaritaville Sirius & XM Radio, Armed Forces Network, Iraq. 90.3 WLXV,PA. 90.5 WKHS, MD. 102.5 The Shark, NC. 89.7 WDVR, NJ. 97.5 WRYR, MD. 88.3 WBWC, OH. 103.5 Radio Milo, Belgium. BRTO, Holland.


Until Next Time… Trop On!