All About Dizzy
Thought I would tell a little bit more about myself, now that it's safe to do so. I have a business mentor on the net and he's always saying to share stuff about yourself (this is for musicians,) and I have always gone 'you've got to be kidding!'
So anyway, I've started taking him up on his advice.
My really early life could be compared to the character Schroeder on that comic strip Peanuts. In one strip, Schroeder was next to the stereo, wrapped in a blanket and he told the kid next to him that he always wore a blanket when he listened to Beethoven because he got the chills. Well, when I was in first grade or so, I randomly pulled up Beethoven's 6th Symphony and, yes, I got the chills.
I was well on my way to being quite a little musical snob when The Beatles first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show. This was just a foreshadowing of changes to come. If you want to find out more about this story and how my peers and I turned a classical music conservatory into our own personal Woodstock, sign-up for my other newsletter. You'll also get some free downloads and stuff; https://twitter.com/PopClassical Just click on the pinned tweet.