Category Archives: Leave it to Cleaver

Leave it to Cleaver Special Guest May 6th: Musician Bryce Taylor

 Bryce Ernest Taylor brings a fresh eclectic, insightful approach to songwriting and performance. His passion for music has grown from seeds planted as a child growing up with the rich, country/folk influences of Texas and Oklahoma. The diversity of his songwriting reflects his living life in the varied terrains of the shifting beaches of South Carolina, the soaring wild mountains of Colorado, and fertile, earthy influences of Indiana. From reflections on the day to day goings on of love and life to more broad urgings for personal growth and social justice, Bryce entertains and reminds us of what it means to live both the joys and the struggles of a life well-lived.

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Leave it to Cleaver Guests April 30th: Mary Anne and Warren


They come highly recommended so we are really excited to feature them on the show. Here’s a little info:
3 long time friends, who all love music, and have an amazing chemistry, formed the back bone of Quadrafunk. Took a bit, but we finally found the right 4rth, and we now are complete! We love to play all kinds of music and perform anywhere we get the oppritunity! We are about havin a good time with our family and friends nothing more, nothing less! Come check out a show and unwind with us.
Good Times and Good Music!!!
Here’s their Facebook page: Mary Anne and Warren

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Leave it to Cleaver Welcomes Author Kate Glen on April 23

Kathryn Clare Glen attended Knox College where she learned to temper her penchant for fantasy literature with a health dose of Regency and Lost Generation novels.  When in this world, she teaches English, Mathematics, and French all the while running an independent bookstore (Two Sisters) with her much put-upon sister. 
Her first novel is:

The Misadventures of Martin Hathaway (The Misadventures Trilogy Book 1).
 

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