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December 28, 2010

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You are finding those songs to sing in every aspect of your life. Thank you for sharing this part of your journey with us in such a beautiful, transparent way. I admire your ability to share so honestly, & I'm grateful to be able to learn from you.

Tynan, You are REALLY good. Better than good. You're fantastic, as your performance, and the response from the audience, in Boston would demonstrate. I love the anecdote here about what happens when you strip away your "physical excess." Seems to me there are lessons here for any aspiring artist. Thank you.

Heartfelt, eloquent, and moving.

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