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You've turned down Bright Avenue, Bob Bennett's byway on the Information Superhighway. Welcome! This street is always under construction, but we hope you find your visit worthwhile despite the occassional wet tar or pothole. We also hope your travels lead you back here in the near future, as construction proceeds. In the meantime, there's already lots you'll find...
And for concert information:
Click below to hear soundbites from Small Graces. The RealAudio soundbites dowload relatively quickly, but have mediocre sound quality. The MP3 soundbites have very good sound quality, but take 3 times as long to download (it's worth the wait!). If you don't have a player for either type of soundbite, drop by our Soundbite Player/Encoder Info Page.
These soundbites are mono, about 1 minute long:
Here's our first chord chart: Hand of Kindness, from Small Graces. This chart has the lyrics and fretboard diagrams. The diagrams are in "PSFret" notation: the fingerings for the basic chord are notated in the usual way (solid dots where you should fret notes; open circles where open strings should ring; "X" where an open string should not be played). In addition, extra notes to add after fingering the basic chord (e.g., for a bass run to the next chord) are notated with triangles and squares (play them in that order: triangle notes, then squares). Enjoy!
Our second chord chart: Man of the Tombs, from Lord of the Past.
Why is Bob's home page called Bright Avenue? Let us explain...
This page is maintained by Tom Loredo at Muse. Please feel free to email Tom with any comments or suggestions you have regarding Bright Avenue.
Tom and Bob would like to publicly offer a huge "Thank You!" to Mike Allinger for providing crucial graphical assistance with the creation of this page.
Finally, we'd like to thank you for cruisin' by Bright Avenue. We hope to see you here again soon, and we treasure your friendship.
"To be held in the heart of a friend is to be a king."