Changing Newsletter Formats

My first music web site, CreekDontRise.com started about 2000, and has grown substantially since. As people asked me questions that inspired articles, other web sites like SchoolOfTheRock.com, ClassicTrainSongs.com, and RiverboatMusic.com followed. For a time, I tried to let one newsletter, MommaDontLow.com serve all of those sites’ various constituencies. But there are just too many different interests reflected for one newsletter to serve them all.

So I’ve split the MommaDontLow.com newsletter into three separate updates, with MommaDontLow.com serving the Folk and Traditional readers and other updates for folks who are interested in articles about vintage saxophones or Christian music.

The following link contains the details. Also, if you were getting our newsletters before, you can opt-in to the new formats simply by following the instructions in that following page:

https://creekdontrise.com/newsletter/mdl_17_07.htm

If you haven’t signed up for any of the newsletters yet, you’ll have to follow the new signup procedures, though. The Momma Don’t ‘Low home page tells what is involved in signing up for that newsletter now.

Paul

About Paul

Paul Race has been writing and playing all kinds of music since the 1960s, though he tends to favor acoustic and traditional songs. He has created resources like CreekDontRise.com, ClassicTrainSongs.com, and SchoolOfTheRock.com to help other musicians get a good start on their own journeys.

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