Eleven Standing Still, also known as ESS, is set to bring their modern rock/alternative sounds to Wild Bill’s Saturday, March 30. Frontman Jonathan Parrott is backed by Jamie Croft on guitar, James Jones on bass, and Danny Breiner on drums.
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After a short period of wonderment, we practically danced up the long, circuitous trail to the top of the gorge. We were so thankful-and simply happy to be alive, in one piece and being given a second chance. The climb was effortless.
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Don: Well as I play all the instruments myself we can’t really go down that road but I have two fantastic vocalists who breathe life into my lyrics–Randolph Matthews I met through a guitarist who played in one of my bands. I asked him if he knew any female vocalists and I was delighted when he answered his then partner, now wife Shalke, was also a vocalist. We have over the years become close friends. He taught me a lot and through him I realized that I could say what I wanted to say but in a joyful and positive way rather than a dark and angry way.
These threats to my well-being were my early teachers. From these seeming enemies, I learned that when faced with an expected outcome I don’t like, I have an option. I can open to an alternative scenario, another framework, a different set of rules. I jokingly call my ploy “switching channels.” It’s an apt metaphor. I simply let go of my old way of viewing the world and allow a fresh perspective to emerge-or not! After all, when we truly let go, anything can happen! More often than not, however, I find myself shifted to a new reality-a different station with a new story line that has a much better ending! This is the stuff of miracles and alchemy.