Every Monday morning I'm on the radio with the boys at KBMW in Wahpeton, NorDakota (it's in NorDakota, but just barely). Today I sang a new song, "What a Wonderful Herd," talked about my last few rock concerts, and told everyone about Emma's latest hobby -- making her own fireworks! It's a great time, so listen in! ... Click for More
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I got nominated for the Elevator Board at the last meeting, and I really looked forward to serving as a director. There are a lot of advantages: you get to sit at the table up front at the annual meeting; you get first pick of the member gifts, too, so there’s no more getting a thermometer that doesn’t read right or a calendar with only eleven months on it; there’s always coffee at the meetings, and sometimes donuts or leftover kuchen from the café. You get paid mileage for attending meetings, too, and that’s a 17-mile round trip for me; all those miles, they add up! ... Click for More
I'm just now catching up from last week -- I criss-crossed the state for rock concerts! First it was to Medora to rehearse for our opening weekend of shows there; then I wowed a big crowd (about 900) in Steele for BEK Telephone's 60th Annual Meeting; then, on Friday the 15th it was off to Bottineau for the Bottineau County Fair! They loved me there! I did over an hour of songs, including my hits "Walkin' the Floor for a Ewe" and "Super Cattle Growth Hormone" and "Hens with Low Faces." ... Click for More
Mylo is 100% German from Russia. His ancestors are Germans who fled Germany and went to the Ukraine, just north of the Black Sea, during the Napoleonic wars. Germans from Russia make up the largest ethnic group in North Dakota (sorry, all you Norwegians). ... Click for More
This is my first blog entry on "Mylo's Musings," my new blog on the re-designed Farmboy Music website. For those of you who don't know, a "blog" is pretty much like keeping a diary, except it's on the computer, so it's a lot harder to put under your
pillow. ... Click for More
Emma Schwartzenbauer-Hatzenbuhler, the woman who makes Mylo's house a home, is a Strasburg native, and, although she and Mylo grew up in the same town, they never knew each other, because Mylo went to Emmons Central, the Catholic school and Emma went to public school. ... Click for More