Brian Sharp currently works full time as a realtor for Irongate Realtors in Dayton. When not working, Brian can be found involved in many theatre and music projects. Brian is currently a member of the Westminster Choir and serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for The Dayton Playhouse. Brian has directed many productions in Dayton – with some of the highlights being, Fiddler on the Roof, Sound of Music, Gypsy, Oklahoma, Carousel and Les Miserables. Brian is also a freelance writer and has written for Dayton City Paper, The Oakwood Register and Dayton Magazine on the topics of dining, theatre and Dayton history.
Hey jp and what I stumbled on. Great harpy questions. I have jp’s lessons, 5 special 20’s, a 16 hole hole chromatic & 48 chord honer. I’m sticking with jp’s lessons, I trust him!!! BIG QUESTION__I’m the 82 yr old guy you have helped before, I wear dentures..Doesn’t that restrict the flow of air when trying to bend. I get so far, and the bend quits. Help if you can. thanks I’m a trying phew!!! Jack—————- DARLING I AM GROWING OLDER .SONG TITLE BEFORE UR TIMIE
That was one painful story…..but glad you learned from it. I cringed at the cabinets because we had oak in our cheap-o kitchen and we bought a kit to paint it….I painted the cabinets white and liked them so much and wanted to leave them that way….but the kit came with an optional ‘glaze’ and my husband and the cheap side of my brain convinced me that since we had technically paid for the glaze we had to use it or I was wasting my money. Oh and I had been painting cabinets for weeks, and so I was in a hurry by the time glaze step came a round. Its not pretty. And I cant tell me husband yet that I want to repaint them all…..again…..he might pass out.