Songwriters Showcase (Music)
Sun Aug 25th 2013 10.00am–12.00pm
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Linda Rondstadt “Heart Like A Wheel”
from GREATEST HITS (Ekektra 1975) —Welcome, Rich alongside Linda Ronstadt announced that Parkinsons disease has robbed her of her magnificent voice, a tribute to what once was.
Linda Rondstadt “The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress”
from GREATEST HITS (Ekektra 1975) —The 1st tune was by Anna Mcgarrigle and this ones by Jimmy Webb, 2 wonderful songwriters that Linda covered a lot.
Linda Rondstadt “Long Long Time”
from GREATEST HITS (Ekektra 1975) —a cover by Gary White, many guys from my generation and me always fantasized that she was singing this one just to them.
Linda Ronstadt “Please Remember Me,w/Aaron Neville”
from Greatest Hits (Asylum 1976) —We wish Linda the best and certainly will remember her and her great legacy of music, this ones a Rodney Crowell tune.
Warren Zevon “Frank and Jesse James”
from I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (Rhino 1996) —Always looking for an excuse to play the late Warren Zevon, a perfect fit in the middle of this cowboy set from his Jackson Browne produced debut.
Lynn Miles “Lesson in Everything”
from Downpour (Lynn Miles 2013) —Hard to do a show without playing this amazing Canadian singer/songwriter, can't ever get enough.
The Waymores “Wilder Girl”
from The Waymores (Waymores Records 2012) —An overlooked gem from earlier this year, Tom Kimmel, Don Henry, & Sally Barris make wonderful music together, this ones by Sally.
Ben Bedford “Cahokia”
from What We Lost (Waterbug 2012) —Songbird Cafe returns this Wednesday 8/28 at the Focal Point, featuring Springfields, IL's and Songwriter/Showcase favorite, Ben.
Kevin Buckley “The Almoner”
from Grace Basement (self Self 2013) —Kevin along with Wisconsin native Josh Harty will join Ben in the Song Circle, Don't miss it doors 7, show 7:30.
Mike Cross “Black Cat Magic”
from Crossin' Carolina (mima-mubo 2013) N —My friend and favorite DJ Stacy (Backroads) said it is Black Cat Week, so this new one by Mike Cross is for her.
Bill Chambers “Deckhands Daughter feat. Kasey Chambers (Live)”
from Live at the Pub Tamworth (self Self 2013) —My current favorite release, Bill joined by Kasey on this James McMurtry classic is just one of many highlights on this amazing live performance.
Kevin Gordon “Jimmy Reed Is the King of Rock and Roll”
from Down to the Well (Shanachie 2000) —It's time for Rich's set, starting with this Nashville writer who visits our town frequently.
Terence Martin “Lost Hills”
from lost hills (Good Dog Music 2005) —We're outta here, we send you home with the title song from the late Terrence Martins masterpiece, see you next week, thanks for listening.
Like everything else, times are approximate.
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