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A note on Keaggy. If you ever have the opportunity to go to a concert, do. This was number 7 for me, 8 for dh. Keaggy never ceases to amaze us with his skill, his creativity, and his joy in the gift God has given him. Also, he has 3 albums in the top 10 acoustic guitar album rankings and you can get an excellent deal on his website: all three for $25, including an autographed copy of Beyond Nature–#3 on the list. Of course, we own all three, so we don’t need an autographed copy. So I’m busy thinking of an excuse to get it anyway!