Guitarist Robby LeBlanc Getting Ready To Play At The Hilton at Lake Las Vegas
One of the things I LOVE about living in Las Vegas is, some of the WONDER-FILLED Gigs I get last minute.
For instance last week I played out at Lake Las Vegas at the Hilton. The photo to the left is at the fire pit at that location. I LOVE that photo!
This week, played a PRIVATE High End, on the Top Floor of the Aria on Tuesday night. Breath Taking, MILLION DOLLAR VIEW!
Then got a call to play a mostly JAZZ Gig, Joe Pass style guitar at the Plazzo. (Joe Pass was one of my teachers growing up.)
If I lived anywhere else in the world, gigs like that just would not happen. I just wanted to write a short post about some of my gigs.
And as you can see, my new website is a work in progress, and it is PROGRESSING!!!
Talk Soon - Keep Being Brilliant,
Frank Trigg, MMA Champion
(Las Vegas, Nevada: Frank Trigg, MMA Champion Fighter/Coach, 2015)
"RUTHLESS FOCUS Is Critical To Ones Success!"
(Las Vegas, NV.: Robby LeBlanc, 2014)
Working a retail job during the winter months is a playground for getting a cold or catching the flu. In October I started fist bumping versus shaking hands. A few thought I was joking, but I was SPOT ON SERIOUS!
Until last week, it seemed that most everyone I knew had caught a cold or flu to some degree or another. Because of my fist bumping, I thought the COLD GODS had given me a pass. Then Sunday I started Sneezing. Monday I had the shakes, caughing ETC... By Monday night I had to admit defeat! I caught that nasty bugger of a cold! It's been almost a week and I am feeling better but not out of the woods yet.
Here Is a LIST of Things From The CDC To Help You Prevent Catching The Flu This Season.
- Try to avoid close contact with sick people.
- If you are sick with flu-like illness, CDC recommends that you stay home for at least 24 hours after your fever is gone except to get medical care or for other necessities. (Your fever should be gone without the use of a fever-reducing medicine.)
- While sick, limit contact with others as much as possible to keep from infecting them.
- Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw the tissue in the trash after you use it.
For a Complete List Click On The Following Link. CDC Fight The FLU
Stay Warm and Healthy,
"Let Your Intention Be Known, Then Go After It!" Charlie Rose
(New York: Charlie Rose, 2015)