Conrad Reeder

Fugitive Blonde circa 1986

Lead singer/songwriter Conrad Reeder’s band from 1986 – 1992. Various members, but the songs were written mainly by Conrad, Sandra Kaplinsky/Garszva & Kyle Keilman. Mixed/Mastered by Roger Nichols. Buy the track “Wildlife” by Reeder/Garszva here: About these ads

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THIS TIME AROUND THE MUSICAL

A new show written by hit songwriter, Pam Wolfe, & Conrad Reeder is now titled: THIS TIME AROUND  (Venus A Love Story, was renamed because of a similar title currently on Broadway.) http://www.thistimearoundthemusical.com

John Denver in Modern Grief Excerpt

I talked to John Denver on the phone the night before he died. The night before his own great leap into the abyss, although “crash” is a more correct choice of word. His first big hit sung by Peter, Paul and Mary, was “Leaving on a Jet Plane. Yes, I know what you are thinking: […]

14 ZEBRAS ON A LIMB

Around 7AM I spotted these Zebras clumped sleeping together on a dead palm bloom. They love this one woodsy area of my yard and seem to prefer dead branches–must not be slippery. The temperatures dipped in the 50s. Maybe they are cold. I love these little guys.

ZEBRA HELICONIUS BEATING WINGS (2007)

It is astounding how little the ordinary person notices butterflies. — Nabokov Is this adult Zebra drying wings, activating pheromones, signaling for mates, or all of the above? Not sure, but I love to watch them in my yard in Jupiter, FL. At any time of day, dozens of these Zebra Longwings are luxuriously fluttering […]

MY HEAD IS EXPLODING!

WARNING! The following text uses improper punctuation, bad English and useless metaphors, and should not reflect on the writer’s ability to write well. I really, really shouldn’t watch TV, especially cable news. The Big Bang Theory is laughable, House, oh House is gone, Weeds lost me two seasons ago, but I missed a lot of […]

@ The Grammys 2012

 CONNIE ACCEPTING ROGER’S AWARD Such a bittersweet day for our family…just like the word in poor Whitney’s song. Life is so very, very short. All future plans are just a possibility–take note young people. A cliché, but so true, “live each day as if it’s your last.” The girls (really women, but they will always […]

ROGER DIED, NOT PASSED AWAY

Roger Nichols, my dearly-loved husband, died 22 days, 13 hours, 1 minute and 3 seconds ago. Besides the horror of watching his last breath, I remember needing to know the exact time. Roger would care greatly about that. He always had to know the exact time according to GMT, the best time our civilization can […]

HAPPY EARTH DAY, AND MANY MORE, I HOPE…

Earth Day 2010. The pathway to bliss…my butterfly garden in Jupiter, Florida. Come hurricane-force wind, come monsoon rain, come killing dry weather…through it all, the garden has survived. I feel such joy and peace among flowers, butterflies, birds, dragonflies and yes, even the lizards and other reptiles that live in the crevices. Amid crisis and […]

EARTHQUAKE IN CHILE: NERUDA’S BIRTHPLACE

It seems the 8.8 earthquake which rocked Chile in the early AM hours is offshore near the Maule Region where Noble Prize winner and one of my favorite poets, Pablo Neruda (1904-1973), was born. My heart is saddened for the region and the lives lost. How many poets or bright souls have been lost due […]

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