This year’s “Cinco de Mayo” resulted in more sales of the song, “Cinco de Mayo” by American Zen. This song was recorded without any electrical instruments. A couple acoustic guitars and lots of handclaps, finger snaps and a small tambourine
May 18, 2018
Tagged: 101 strings, american zen, Cinco de Mayo, Flintridge Fire, King Solomon, King Solomon's Temple, Kung Fu Cowboy, level 4, musician, orchestra, Part 1, Pt.1, Richard Del Connor, shaolin records, Spanish Classical
April 25, 2018
I meeting a web guru tomorrow at the Valley Economic Development thing where I get valuable information from business executives and attorneys. It’s the same as the SBA, but fresher. The problem is in the “HOME” button in the top
March 16, 2018
Perhaps I will come back and post the solution. I deleted a HOME page and when I recreated it, it created a “HOME” page but reinstalled the link to the original HOME page which doesn’t exist. So there are two
January 23, 2018
This is one of my first WordPress websites. I’m looking forward to it being easier. I’ve been building websites since 1999. I started with Adobe PageMill and upgraded to Dreamweaver. I learned CGI scripting and CSS… Now I’m learning WordPress.
About This Site
American Zen is four Southern California rockers performing and recording the songs by The Hippy Coyote.
LEVEL 1 = Peace of Mind is the first album by American Zen. This album starts the Buddhist Journey of American Zen with Coyote relocating his family to Salt Lake City, Utah. So this Buddhist journey includes child raising, marriage, and surviving in a land where religion is a weapon.