Momma Don't 'Low? is an opt-in only newsletter that is mostly about music topics. Since its beginning, it has supported readers of our music sites, including the CreekDontRise.com, ClassicTrainSongs.com, SchoolOfTheRock.com, RiverboatMusic.com, and PaulRaceMusic.com sites (as shown in the next line):
How You Got On Our List - Most people on the mailing list for this newsletter filled out a sign-up form on one of our various music sites, specifically asking to be signed up. A few folks who asked a question or made a suggestion checked the little box saying they wanted to receive our newsletter.
Sometimes folks do that and forget they did, and sometimes folks do it by accident and wonder why their getting our e-mails.
Whatever the reason, if you're wondering why you got this particular notice, please bear with me a little longer, and hopefully it will make more sense to you.
Subject matter you may have commented on or signed up to learn more about includes:
- Folk music, including train songs
- Acoustic instruments that are used in traditional music
- Contemporary Christian music, including history and performance issues
- Vintage Saxophones
- Questions about Christian living
- History of the National Road
- Paul Race's own musical endeavors
If that seems like a very wide range of topics to cover in one newsletter, you're right. Some of our sites have grown well beyond their original charter because of reader questions, input, and expressed interests.
We're Changing the Format to Better Serve Your Needs - So far, we've been publishing all of our related music sites' updates in a single e-mail newsletter. But people have signed up for so many different reasons that it has become hard to have something for everybody in each issue. And we certainly don't want to fill your inbox with stuff that you have no interest in.
How We're Changing Things Around - We're splitting the newsletter three ways and letting everyone who is on the list so far sign up for one, two, or all three of the updates they're interested in. We have interesting items to post in all three categories, so if you're still interested in the content you originally signed up to receive, we hope to keep delivering it to you - just in a more focused format.
If you don't want to be on any of or our update lists, that's fine, too. Simply close this window and delete my last e-mail to you, and you'll never hear from me again (unless you contact me first).
Alternatively, if you want to unsubscribe, but you want to send me a comment, don't check ANY of the boxes below and just fill out the comment field. Again, you'll never hear from me again unless you ask a question, or, say, insult my dog.
How to Stay Subscribed - If you want to subscribe to one or more of the options, simply fill out the short form below and I'll put you on the list(s) you request with minimum hassle to you. Real name, e-mail address, and one or more boxes to check. Period.
In fact, from this point on, I will be making new signups a little harder, to filter out spammers and folks who aren't really that interested in being part of the "club." But everyone getting this in their e-mail has already signed up once, so you just have to let me know if you're still interested.
What are Your Options? - The three different update/newsletter offerings will be:
Please let us know your preference(s) by filling out the appropriate fields below:
More to Come
If you've spent any time on any of our music sites, you know that we have a lot of topics to share about so we will be trying to get back on a regular schedule soon.
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In the meantime, if you want to see December, 2016's newsletter (the one before this), please click the following link:
Whatever else you get out of our pages, I hope you enjoy your music and figure out how to make enjoyable music for those around you as well.
And please stay in touch!