I was born in Kentucky and grew up on a farm where we had no indoor plumbing but lots of tobacco and cows. It was a great way to grow up, but I hungered for something more. I went off to college, majored in theatre and pursued a career acting in regional theatre, off-off Broadway theatre and independent film. After living for forty years in New Jersey, I found myself returning to my roots and writing songs influenced by much of the music I heard as a kid. The songs are a little country, a little folk, but really hard to place in any one category. I've been married for forty years (to the same woman...!), I'm a damn good cook, and I like long walks on the beach.
My Sweet Evangeline
This is a song about regret, not so much for what we've done but what we didn't do
This song bemoans the socio-political state of things in the US
It's Over Now
Cheap Whiskey Blues
Is Loving Me So Hard To Do?
In My Dreams
Sometimes dreams are better than reality...
Rear View Mirror
Gotta let go of those dysfunctional relationships...
This is a song about emerging from a place of numbing loneliness to find love.
just an old-fashioned love song...
Feel Your Sunshine
Telling Me Goodbye
The Wind Is An Unfaithful Lover
An Empty Shadow
Without A Trace
Petals Of A Rose
What Once Was Tomorrow
I'll Be Just As Gone
3/22/2018 9:44:05 AM
You will be the " Featured Artist " March 30 on the main DR station.
I have the following songs on the station:
- An Empty Shadow
- I'll Be Just As Gone
- Telling Me Goodbye
- The Wind Is An Unfaithful Lover
- What Once Was Tomorrow
I would like to add 3 more tracks of your choosing.
I will check here on your page for your suggestions.
1/13/2018 11:36:51 AM
Thanks for the harmonica on your songs.
Harmonica always gets my attention.
Will be moving your song " Telling Me Goodbye " from " Desperado Revue " to " Desperado Revue Vol. 2 " in the near future
Norm - Station Manager
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