Filed under: Lou Ragland
Being several years Lou’s senior, Bob Ragland wasn’t around during much of Lou’s musical maturation. Entering the armed forces when his musical sibling was barely a teenager, Bob eventually settled in Colorado where he’s established himself as a painter and sculptor. There is an undeniable family resemblance in their respective work ethics, and Bob Ragland’s art manifesto, the Non-Starving Artist Program, combines business savvy with consistency, and emphasizes the crazy concept that artists need not starve (the “Heating and Eating” clause). To show our appreciation for Bob’s input and perspective on Lou’s I Travel Alone, which goes on sale today, Bob in turn sent us a bundle of press clippings and accompanying captions that made for a magnificent read.
If you should find yourself in the Denver area, consider purchasing a Ragland. It’s a name you can trust. The younger Ragland’s exhaustive I Travel Alone (042, if you’re counting) is available on our storefront today.
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