Musician beat odds, shares passion for drumming
by Erika Wells
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August 26, 2015 11:28 AM | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend
After surviving a nearly fatal car accident, Frank Odom, a Roswell-based music instructor, decided not to take his talent for granted but instead to share his love for drumming through his business Frankly Drumming. Three years ago, Odom began the business for anyone interested in drumming, which he said is easier to learn than most people realize. “I break it down so easy,” he said. “All you have to have are two arms, two legs and a brain and you can do it. It’s really not that har...
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Confederate Flag
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Should the Confederate flag be displayed on government property?