Wild Blue Pixel
KTabS, written by Randy and Sharon Eaton, is a fantastic program for Windows computers that will help you learn how to play kalimba or create your own kalimba tablature and music. Highly recommended.
Allegra Printing is the local printer that prints my books. Highly recommended.
David Horn is the local CD duplicator I work with. Highly recommended.
KXCI is the local community radio station that plays my music. KXCI is great.
Susan Taunton designed and built the Kalimba Magic website in June/July of 2006 (with the exception of The Kalimba Shop, an ecommerce feature provided by GoDaddy, my website host). Susan also took many of the photos in use on this site (such as the one below) and designed the CD cover for Christmas Kalimba. Susan is highly recommended.
Tucson Kitchen Musicians Association produces the Tucson Folk Festival each year, where I play. Even though I seem to be in eternal conflict with these people, they put on one of the best music festivals in the Southwest and they support local Tucson musicians.
Ali Boelts: Proxy Tucson is great for organizing any sort of event. I won four hours of Ali's work at a silent auction put on by Oorts Theatre of Dance. She helped me mail out CDs to dozens of radio stations, and one of them just got played on PRI's The World.