Tyrone Broadbent hates his office job. He decides he wants to work with his grandfather making and repairing boots and shoes. This profession to him is a quiet and simple way to earn a living. Because of a bad day at his office Tyrone becomes unemployed and sees this as an opportunity to join his grandfather. The problem is money: He has saved none to live on or to contribute to his grandfather's profitless business. When he gets a call from Dallas to join a musical show traveling through Texas, he takes the job as its bassist. Touring thought Texas in the heat of summer, Tyrone learns a thing or two about living a quiet and simple life.
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Joseph L. Cacibauda is a retired elementary teacher living in Reno, Nevada with his wife Sue who is a health care worker and an energy healer. Joe has two adult sons; one in Beijing, China and the other in Portland, Oregon. Graduating in music, Joe taught instrumental music for 6 years in Louisiana before moving to Bloomington, Indiana to be a free-lance bassist and travel with entertainers Henry Mancini, Andy Williams, Johnny Mathis, The Four Lads, The Four Aces, and big bands in the Indianapolis area. He also traveled with the Holiday On Ice National Company throughout America, Canada, and Mexico. He was the bassist for the Hello Hollywood Hello Spectacular in Reno for 10 years before going back to school to become an elementary educator. Joe's pastime is writing and traveling. Bass Solos is his third published book. His other books are After Laughing Comes Crying: Sicilian Immigrants on Louisiana Plantations. Legas Press, New York; Einstein's Formula: A Novel. Black Rose Writing and CreateSpace at Amazon.com.
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