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Brad Horner

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About Brad Horner

  • Birthday 01/22/1966

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Indiana
  • Interests
    Two outstanding grown children
    The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Allman Brothers Band
    Notre Dame Football

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  1. Thank you very much. Sincerely appreciate the kind words. I see you're from Australia. We're quite a ways from each other and yet Zep had touched our souls together. Magic, man. Magic.
  2. Many thanks to my Northern Neighbor. Geez, you Canucks have sent us Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Gordon Lightfoot, Bruce Cockburn, Shania Twain, Rush...I mean on and on. But, yeah, I sincerely appreciate the kind words.
  3. I appreciate it. One listen to 'That's The Way" has more medicine in it than about half the Rx aisle at the local Walgreeens...LOL
  4. I appreciate the kind words. Sincerely. Yeah, I'm one of those weirdoes that believes music has the ability to heal the spirit.
  5. I'm 55 years old from the Midwest. Like the rest of you here, I'm sure, music is just a HUGE part of my identity. Inward and outward. I was married for 31 years and the ex hit me out of left field with a divorce. REALLY took my legs out. Not expected. Hit hard. Moved out to an apartment, Alone for the first time in 3 decades. It was really tough. Then a couple months later, my 24 year old son was killed. I got over that ol' divorce thing instantly. My Son was an extraordinary musician. I taught him how to drum when he was around 10 and then he really took it from there. Learning virtually every instrument he could get his hands on. And played them WELL. We used to sit up together...late. Listening man. Listening to lots of stuff. We both had a wide, eclectic range of tastes. But, we would always come back to the Zep. I still listen and its a salve to my soul. Its been one year. I miss you Son... And I love you.
  6. I remember playing this solo OVER and OVER and Over again in my bedroom '79-'80. All of 14 years old. Just dying slowly inside, and yet growing at the same time. Wishing...hoping to meet a girl that could make me 'feel' that way. And thinking, man, it'll never happen. This is too powerful. Too true. Of course, like SO many Page solos, just full of raw emotion.
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