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    I really appreciate all the responses to my posts. I feel bad for those of you who have lost so much,

    I sang and played with a big band on 12/28 and did a small New Year’s Eve party on 12/31 with my quartet. My voice was solid, no issues as well as my trombone playing.

    I have decided that it’s just best for me to accept some of the minor symptoms that I have right now as my new normal. I’m adopting a daily exercise/stretch routine as well as a daily practice schedule for my music career. I am pretty much retired as of this month which will make it easier for me to maintain a schedule without having to worry about going to work.

    If anyone is interested in my music, my website is http://www.joe-escobar.com. If anything, it will show you what I do currently, and why I’m so afraid to lose it.

     

    • Joe, I was recently learning that music can have really strong effects on PD symptoms. So I think that it’s great that you’re performing. Exercising and stretching are awesome. And music, too, has shown to boost endorphins. And singing is like a natural speech therapis, from what I’ve read. Thank you for sharing this piece of your life.

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