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    David Brewer and Stradivarius Violins on Big Sky Voices

    David Brewer is an accomplished violinist, a successful businessman, a respected consultant for buyers and sellers of the finest violins in the world. His company also restores and locates specific instruments for distinguished clients throughout the USA, Asia and Europe. He buys intelligently after thorough research and gets top dollar for what he sells. People find him trustworthy. But he also takes the time to teach his clients important details about his violins and gives them musical and historic context. David Brewer is a "Big Voice" on behalf of classical music and the finest treasures of music history. 

    In this Big Sky Voices, hosts Ben Boothe and Victor Wuamett were impressed with his in-depth knowledge of fine violins, his scope of facts around the world and his determination to conduct ethical and honest valuations of valuable and historic instruments. "He is also a kind of international sleuth, because he finds instruments that sometimes have been held by private collectors for decades," said Ben Boothe. "Plus, working with David Brewer is like getting a history lesson in music. He has to know the history of these instruments to evaluate their value. So working with him is a multifaceted bonus."…

     

  • Nov 14, 2017 | Living  

    New Micro Clinics Sweeping the Country

    New Micro Clinics Sweeping the Country, by Ben B. Boothe (Ben Boothe's company , has appraised over 300 hospitals and clinics nationally. Boothe has served on the board of governors for the L.A. Shriner Children's Hospital for two years)...

     

  • Nov 7, 2017 | Living  

    Daniel Williams Featured on BigSkyVoices, You Tube, and Boothe Global Perspectives

    Daniel Williams has been an actor, writer and producer and has been seen in TV commercials, feature series such as Longmire, and movie works from 2012 to the present. He is an exceptional individual with an exceptional face, especially for Westerns. Plus he has donated much of his time teaching students of film and has helped produce more than 100 movies...

     

  • Oct 26, 2017 | Living  

    Tom Schuch Interviewed on Big Sky Voices

    Tom Schuch, who can be seen on "set" as Einstein, is an important man with vision and influence in the film and movie industry. He was the president of SAG-AFTRA of New Mexico for 10 years and has been active in plays, stage productions, T.V. episodes, movies and more. He also is a man with a certain charm, a soft intelligent manner, and the type of guy you don't mind following...

     

  • Sep 27, 2017 | Living  

    Addictions, Quality of Life and Meditations on Peace

    American Quality of Life With Some Issues I. THE WALMART EPIDEMIC : What kind of shape are Americans in? I did a subjective study in Walmart a few days ago. For one hour, I observed and visually evaluated every person who walked by. Three hundred forty two people walked by. These were my observations...

     

  • Sep 25, 2017 | Living  

    THE BLACKBIRD SALOON IN LOS CERRILLOS, New Mexico: DELICIOUS PLACE!

    The Blackbird Saloon in Los Cerrillos, New Mexico a delicious place
    On the “Turquoise Trail," the little town of Los Cerrillos is on the back road from Santa Fe to Albuquerque. This is a trip off of the Interstate, and if you are like me, that in itself is a singular pleasure. From time to time, we at find an interesting place or meet special people...

     

  • Sep 6, 2017 | Living  

    Houston: Random Thoughts from a Dry Canoe

    THE DRY CANOE I had a yearning to go to Houston, and headed that direction. My wife said, “You’ll get yourself drowned,” but I kept being drawn and wanted to help. It occurred to me that my little canoe wasn’t going to be much help, but still I could write and reflect. Truthfully, I didn't manage to get to slog through the water and rescue anyone...

     

  • Aug 20, 2017 | Living  

    CURE FOR CANCER, LEARN ABOUT CAR-T CELL RESEARCH

    The image of cancer cells dividing and running amok inside one's body has plagued people for years. The "Big C," or incurable monster, may soon be treatable if not cured. This is an important subject, and we invite you to read it and forward the article to your friends, or click this live link: . Or try: . This could be a life saver for some readers...

     

  • Aug 18, 2017 | Living  

    Julie Clark, a Cotton Patch Interview with the Author of Two Books, Screenplays and Numerous Articles

    Julie Clark has won three national awards for her writing. "Sword of the Valkyrie" has enjoyed a readership and fan base not only in the USA but in Europe. It is a fairy tale about a courageous woman who fights to protect her all-woman mountain kingdom in a mythical land. It has engaging, beautiful depictions of scenery. It is a book that is hard to put down...

     

  • Aug 11, 2017 | Living  

    James Charleston, Producing TV Series "We Call Them Unredeemable", Ramona King Production Consulting

    James Charleston is creating a 10-episode series for TV based upon his award-winning dramatic presentation "UNREDEEMABLE." His performance has been praised by the San Diego Story, and he has received four national awards for the work. Jimme Sea (Jimme C), as he likes to be called in Albuquerque, has long run a screenwriters group that has evolved into a meeting of award-winning talent...

     

  • Aug 10, 2017 | Living  

    BigSkyVoices Hosts Tony DellaFlora, Movie Producer

    BigSkyVoices, the interview show on You Tube, hosted by Ben Boothe, Sr. (Cornucopia Films) and Victor Waumett (Story Teller Films), brought in a special guest, Tony DellaFlora. Tony was a newspaper man in Albuquerque, New Mexico, when the idea of promoting the movie industry brought about the successful events FLICKS ON 66 and Duke City Shootout...

     

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