Ah, found my comment; amazing what you find by actually looking. Roger in MA & RI is correct, not Maine, although there is a Braley Lake in Maine not too far from the border with New Brunswick, Canada. So who knows.
Long time since. How are you today? I see you're into 60's R&B. I got just the name for you: James Hunter. He's a rising star from England, though his voice would rather remind you of some african-american sitting in from of his house, wailing away with an old guitar. Here's one song of his: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNjLkVGLFAQ
But if you're more into the ruff stuff, you might want to try some other songs of his as well.
Have a great day!
Couldn't be more oblidged, sir.... An artist's abounding egocentrism certainly takes kindly to a good review or two :)
Either way, it is wonderful to make a new aquaintance! How has the world been treating you?
Hello! actually I meant RPG's, as in live table version. My husband, and sons have been playing variations of DnD and starcraft for years. it has gotten to the point we create our own races, worlds everything. And I did assume I have been pagan my whole life.. lol. Somewhere in my family tree we were . Nice to meet you!
Possibly. However, according to my "research" (mostly internet) my line goes back to a Roger Braley in Massachusetts/ Rhode Island in the late 1600's; don't know where he came from though. Hope to find out one of these days.