I Remember Tampa


This site was created to boost awareness of some of my musical endeavors, including my latest release, I Remember Tampa, which is a compilation of songs specifically pertaining to the people and places that make the city of Tampa so unique. Throughout the years, I have posted songs on sites such as YouTube, Facebook, MySpace, and ReverbNation, as well as on my own website, www.baluja.net, in an effort to promote my music. Over the next few months, I will attempt to attract as much interest in “I Remember Tampa” as I can through this blog. My objective is reach as many prospective listeners as possible, and to enlighten and entertain them with a few of my fondest memories. If you are reading this page, I’m hoping that you will be one of them. And if you like something you read or hear, please let me know by clicking “Follow”, “Like”, or both. Also, don’t forget to visit some of the other wonderful sites I’ve posted links to:

Mike Baluja

1. Bucket List Publications: http://lesleycarter.wordpress.com/

2. Music Tampa Bay: http://www.musictampabay.com/

3. Tampa Natives Show: http://tampanativesshow.com/

4. TampaPix: http://www.tampapix.com/

5. I Remember Tampa: http://home.earthlink.net/~balujasongs/

6. WMNF 88.5 FM Community Radio: http://www.wmnf.org/

7. City of Tampa: http://www.tampagov.net/

8. Tedd Webb: http://www.teddwebb.com/

9. My YouTube channel, please subscribe: https://m.youtube.com/user/baluja123/videos

One thought on “About

  1. I was in a band called Android Zoo which had Elio’s old bass player and we split a few gigs with Small Population in early 1983.

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