Tag "Pamela Wiley"
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Shortly after I wrote The Sweet Single Life, I moved in with the man I would marry. He’s a musician and shortly after I moved in he went on the road – a yearlong national and international tour with Tom Waits. When I got home from seeing him off at LAX I wrote – Travelin man – click the link to listen – of course you can no longer “stand at the gate to wave goodbye.”
These songs are all on my CD “I Won’t go With a Whimper” which was produced by the ridiculously talented Michele Brourman, who also arranged the songs and played all the keyboards. Michele is a brilliant singer/songwriter/performer/composer/musical director and producer. Check her out at Michelebrourman.com
As a young girl actor Erica Drezik, and the friends she coerced, used the garage door as the curtain for their homemade plays. But it wasn’t until she was living in Saudi Arabia, due to her husband’s work, that she got an opportunity to once again gather together interested folks and talk them into “putting on a play.” From then on she took every opportunity to pursue this passion. Currently she is in Mornings At Seven which will open at the Manatee Community Theater in Bradenton FL on Sept 18th. Directed by Pamela Wiley, Mornings at Seven won 4 Tony Awards and 7 Drama Desk Award when it was reproduced in 1980.continue reading