I recently published a hub about a teen band in Athens Ga (http://hubpages.com/hub/athensband) but the subject matter is really not a familiar subject, nor are the normal teen music sites. I just thought the group was so inspiring that I wanted to give them a gift of an article. I would appreciate any thoughts or help that would make it a better article and spice it up a little. I know that our own hub pages is not necessarily filled with heavy metal fans so I thought the "parent angle" might be just the thing. Whatever you could tell me would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance...
I left a comment on the hub, but great job and I wanted more to see this. Great info.
Thanks Lynne, it was a great experience but I'm feeling appallingly inadequate to write about it except in the realm of parenting. Thanks for the encouragement.
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