OK. Today is the day for coming clean on my geekiness. I’m not just a music geek. I’m also a computer geek. And, not just a mild case of geekiness. I’m pretty hard core when it comes to my computer geekery.
C-Shell Hornpipe is a tune that I wrote a few years back. The title is a double joke (triple entendre) – It sounds like Sea Shell, but it’s not. The C in C-Shell refers to the key that the tune is in, and in the world of Unix Servers, a shell is the environment you login to, C-Shell is one of your options for a login shell.
Sorry for explaining this super geeky joke to you. I know that if you have to explain a joke, it’s not really that funny, but I’m sure that there are a few of you out there who appreciate the joke. (Maybe at least one of you.) 🙂
Today, I had the joy of getting to play on KRFC for their Live at Lunch Program. Malini Bartels was the Host, and Brent Hawley (Guitar) and Jim Abraham (Bass) joined me for the program. It was a double joy getting to play Live at Lunch, and record my Fiddle Tune a Day on the air as part of the program.