Hello Captain's Crew: I had the good fortune one February to make a business trip to Lexington, Kentucky, where the Kentucky Theater had been lovingly restored in the historical downtown with narrow streets. I lucked into discovering a taping of Michael Johnathon's WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour. While not as popular as Garrison Keillor's Prairie Home Companion, Johnathon's show is still a mandatory stop for any upcoming folk star. Well, Johnathon has a bit of hustle and flow for a folk performer, and he has this tie-in with Folk-Book. I don't mind Johnathon becoming as rich as Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook because it'll lead to more Folk music stars and festivals. So give it a look, friends.
Become a FOLK-BOOK Beta Tester and join for FREE
I'm inviting you specifically to be among the first to sign up for a brand new social site called "Folkbook."
I'm creating a worldwide social network that will be focused on the arts and music, fans and families. It will let users have up to 10,000 friends, includes a "DISlike" button", will allow posting songs and MP3s and be absolutely advertising and ad-link free. And no Timeline, either.
The proceeds of the FOLK-BOOK project will go to support the worldwide broadcast of the WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour.
To get invited to sign up for Folkbook ... first 500 beta-testers sign up for free ... send your email (private, not shared or sold) to firstname.lastname@example.org and put "Folkbook" in the subject heading. You will get a return email with an invitation link, very easy.
I welcome your thoughts and suggestions, that is why I'm inviting you.
Folk on, Michael Johnathon
banjo picker, song writer, opera composer, stumbling interweb mogul :)