If you haven’t seen, heard, or read the news somewhere, many parts of the Midwest are currently under water, leaving large numbers of men, women, and children suffering through remarkable and dangerous conditions. I was born and raised near St. Louis, MO and saw more than a few floods and tornadoes devastate friends, family members, and thousands of individuals throughout Missouri and Illinois. While many in the region have learned to deal with the difficulties dealt to them seasonly, many more have no choice but to abandon their homes. This year it seems as though Indiana and Iowa cannot find shelter from the storm. Please keep them in your prayers and consider donating to the Red Cross (linked below) or to other organizations working to help everyone currently living through these powerful, hellacious, and often deadly weather systems.
Site will be updated, soon and will include today’s two-hour show, some information about Wovenhand and Jackson Conti, and maybe a video or two and a mix that I’ve been talking about for months, now.
Thanks for reading. Check back again, tonight!
If you are aware of other means of contributing to disaster relief in the Midwest, please email me or leave a comment and I will include them here on the site.