In case you missed it: the most-read posts of 2020
When I first started No Dead Guys, I was so nervous about blogging that it took me six months to start telling anyone but the featured composers that the site existed. Now, in its third year in existence, No Dead Guys reaches readers all over the world, and has expanded to include interviews, guest articles, and quite a few personal opinion pieces. Through these articles and interviews, I’ve gotten to know some dear friends better, and I’ve made multiple new ones.
Readership grew dramatically this year, and much of that increase came because of those who agreed to be interviewed or to write for No Dead Guys. I owe them an enormous thank you, and an equally big thanks to you, dear reader, for continuing to read these posts, comment on them, and share them with others.
It’s a joy to share my love of music with you. I hope you enjoy revisiting (or discovering) these popular posts of 2020.
A shout-out to the patient composers who not only tolerated my prying questions, but answered them so eloquently: Chester Biscardi, Garreth Brooke, Dave Deason, Darrell Grant, Jason Heald, David von Kampen, Alexander LaFollett, Joel Lundburg, Joel Pierson, Tom Schnauber, Mark Wheeler, Bill Whitley. Thank you!
This year I was gifted with wonderful contributions from writers who not only wrote more eloquently than I, but helped expand the blog beyond my voice. Thank you, Amy Boyes, Doug Hanvey, Theresa Krier, and Howard Smith.
My most read posts from 2020:
Thank you for helping to make No Dead Guys a success.