All three of those resources grew out of personal projects that we started out posting in case other folks might be interested in the content. Soon we started getting lots of reader questions on those topics. And we wrote more articles to answer those questions and so on. Which hopefully explains why we have articles on such a wide range of subjects spread over so many web sites.
That said, some overlap is inevitable. So we've tried to simplify things by having one newsletter for all three sites.
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"Momma Don't 'Low," sometimes spelled "Momma Don't Allow" but never sung that way, is an old folk song about playing music even when and where you're not "supposed to." And since every instrument and type of music we discuss on all of my music pages has been forbidden, "politically incorrect," or frowned upon at some point in history, I figured the song title would represent all of our various constituencies.
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