Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Unsung Dreamers - The Musical Journeys of the Not-So-Rich & Famous


Having spent most their lives pursuing the 'musical dream', Dan and Tara Fritz explore the stories of others who have done the same. Currently based in Springfield, MO, this married couple dives into the lives and stories of their local music scene in hopes to gain knowledge, inspiration and connection to their fans, by giving them the platform that they deserve. Having fame and fortune is not the only reason we dream. It's not the destination of everyone's purpose. However... the struggles, the triumphs, the pain, the joy, the satisfaction, the being broke down on the side of the road with only a dollar in your pocket... are all shared experiences. Get to know your not-so-famous local artists, writers, singers, players and even those behind the scenes whose stories will inspire you as much as any others.


So give us a listen...give us a like...you know, a thumbs up-the hitchhiker... And SUBSCRIBE!

Sep 26, 2018

This episode is a fantastic way for ALL of us to learn more about the Sertoma organization, which we all should do. Through the mini biography of our guest, Debra Shelton, we can more effectively get behind the charitable events of a great organization that has been giving to our community for decades and decades!

Deb Shelton has been a wonderful and very supportive fan of the Springfield music scene ranging from bluegrass to metal and everything in between! Learning more about Deb and her story, is only the beginning of things that we as musicians can all do to show our appreciation of her ongoing and never ending support!

There's more we can do for Sertoma. The parties are fun. The music is great. The food is great. But, learning more about what it's all for, makes the experience even that much better. It will make the engagement even stronger. Hopefully, it even inspires us all to help more. Donate some time. Volunteer sometime. Give Deb Shelton some lovin' next time you see her! She's shy... so you might have to make the first move! Hahaha!