Richard Dale Otto
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Pop ,Dance ,Blues
A Few Songs in the Rough
The Note I Found From You (Nothing Ever Changes)
Babe, Where Are You?
Author / Musician Notes: The last song (epilogue) was written within 12 hours of the World Trade Center 9/11 attack, consequently the lyrics provide the 'or' regarding who was responsible for forcing the plane to crash (over Pennsylvania)...We now know that it was passengers, who made cellphone calls right before they decided to 'Let's Roll', breaking into the terrorist occupied cabin...I intentionally left the stanza the way it was originally written...May God bless those that fight the good fight, day in and day out...May they know the time and steps needed to provide the utmost good...
Bio: Richard Dale Otto was raised in the Cleveland, Ohio area (USA) and studied organ, clarinet, choir, dance (Pop Ensemble), performance (Yankee Doodle Dandy, The Emperor's New Clothes), poetry (Reflections publication), guitar, Barbershop singing (Teenager in Love, Get A Job), music scores & theory (The Majestic Light of Love, Intro to 'Big Soup Kitchen' from 'To The Moon, Alice!', 'Broken Dreams Are Only Temporary', 'If You Only Knew'), college bands (Voices, The Last of the Great White Rhinos, The Occasional Stewart Ramblers, Not Bob Hope), and solo performances (Stuarts Opera House, Smiling Skull (Lacuna Gallery & Studio Fundraiser), The Blue Gator, The Baker Center Student Union Front room, The Post Office (Augusta Georgia ), Mr. Z's bar (W. Virginia), CJ's Bakery & Cafe), harmony vocals (3-part), piano, scriptwriting ('To The Moon, Alice!', 'The Magic Machine' & Art (multi-media inks on canvas, processed photos, inked Pressboard). He is registered with the WGAE (Writer's Guild of America - East), and is currently working on his 2nd edition of 'Nobles & Peasants: A Collection' (book of personal quotes, anecdotes, and adages)...
Richard Dale lives in SouthEast Ohio , is single, and is involved in various communities as a volunteer.
Praise: Many thanks to the teachers, musicians, fans, family and friends who sat through countless hours of music rehearsals, practices, etc...I especially want to thank the ones around me who helped perpetuate my desire to keep playing and learning...Agape' (Love of God)
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