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3/30/16

I think my blahg is getting dusty from lack of use. I post shows and stupid comments on Facebook these days. I'm going to let this page go. Carry on.
7/29/15

Serenading the dogs.. (By My Own Hand - © by Jack Sundrud & Randy Handley)

6/9/15

I was honored to play the role of Buddy in Nashville's own smash musical comedy, "The Doyle & Debbie Show". Regular Buddys, Matt Carlton and Mike Montgomery were simultaneously unavailable, so my old Minnesota friend, Bruce Arntson asked me to fill in. Big shoes, big fun! Thanks, Bruce!

buddys
5/15/15

A new single by Johnny Holm! It's been 3 decades since Johnny has released new recordings. Johnny and I have been working on a new CD project for a good while - a little here, a little there. Now there is a new single, "Minnesota Summer Nights" (written and produced by my own bad self) - available on CD Baby and iTunes. Hooray!!

mn summer
4/18/15

Back in 1969, I was fortunate to be one of the original members of Podipto. We were a country-rock/vocal band from Northern Minnesota. We briefly had a national record deal and toured the country with the likes of Elton John, James Taylor, The Carpenters, Laura Nyro, Poco and many others. It was an incredible experience and I remain very proud of the music and the people. Josh Collins (son of founding member, John Collins) has collected and re-mastered both live and studio recordings of the band from 1969 - 1974 and has compiled two collections of the band's music. Click this link to visit podipto.com.

4/7/15

Happy April from my little buddy, Cody.

Cody
2/8/15

I had an amazing thing happen today. I was sent this image by a vintage photo collector from Minnesota. My father's name on the back and a few mouse clicks led them to me. When I opened this photo, it really hit me hard. Like a window onto a long-familiar scene that's somehow now completely different. I knew dad was a musician for a few years back in the 1930s. He spoke fondly but not often about those days. He made sure we knew that family supplanted music and that was that - end of story. But I don't think that was the whole story. Looking at this photo, I can see he had some serious rock 'n roll in his farm boy veins. Miss you, Pa.

omar



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