Re: [Harp-L] Age at which you're no longer a young turk (was Gussow thread)

Maybe it's the age at which you look in the mirror and decide that thinning, graying hair and wrinkles make it impossible to continue kidding yourself that you're a "young" innovative harp player anymore and it's time to start pretending to be a wise and weathered veteran instead.
Winslow Yerxa
Author, Harmonica For Dummies ISBN 978-0-470-33729-5
Harmonica instructor, The Jazzschool for Music Study and Performance
Resident expert,

From: "owner-harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx" <owner-harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx>

<snip> I do have one question that is pertinent
to the discussion, at what age is someone no longer a young turk?  50, 51,
53?  harp-l-listowner

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