Statement by Vess L. Ossman in a letter to the Editor of "The Cadenza" magazine - August 8, 1901: "The banjo will live and become more popular every year, even if the whole world takes to golf and other games.
The Works of Mike C. Martin. Mike Martin was a member of the Tape-n-TAB club with Steve McWilliam, and as you will discover in the TAB provided here, a very talented composer and arranger.It is my pleasure to feature Mike's work on this site and I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I have.
The Charleston origins may have a long history. The Branle of 1520 is presumed to be very similar to the Charleston. As far as an African-American influence, most dance historians summarize that the "Ash-Ante (Ashanti) Peoples" of Africa to be the originator.
Babies need blood sugar (glucose) for energy. Most of that glucose is used by the brain. The baby gets glucose from the mother through the placenta before birth. After birth, the baby gets glucose from the mother through her milk or from formula, and the baby also produces it in the liver. Glucose ...