Songwriters Showcase (Music)
Sun Oct 30th 2011 10.00am–12.00pm
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Don Schlitz “I Watched It All (On My Radio)”
from Greatest Hits (deVere 2010) —to baseball a game meant to be played on the radio, co-written by Lionel Cartwright.
Eric Taylor “Mission Door”
from Live at the Red Shack (Blue Ruby 2011) N —Besides Nanci, Lyle Lovett, Denice Franke, Marco Python Fecchio, James Gilmer, and Susan Lindfors Taylor (Who also produces) join in on this amazing live set.
Tim Keller “Lefty and the Black Pontiac”
from Little Miracle (Chamisa 1995) —Don't know what happened to Tim, but this Austin singer songwriter put out a couple of really fine cd's.
Cattle Call “Log Trucks & Snowmobile Trails”
from Good Life (Brick House 1999) —Winters coming, this song is from Mark Farrington, a boyhood buddy of Slaid Cleaves from Maine.
Tom Irwin “I Called Him Dad”
from Carry Me Home (Clyded 2007) —Tom will be at Songwriters Showcase at the Globe Theatre, Greenville, Il. 1 PM Sunday 11/06, check out this great songwriting series.
Sara Petite “Lead the Parade” (Sweet P 2008) —Sara, from San Diego, will join Tom Irwin Sunday, and will play at the Forsee Vineyards & Winery 4 to 6 PM Saturday, 11/5
Kinky Friedman “Wild Man from Borneo”
from Kinky Friedman (MCA 1974) —Author, Politician, Comedian, Singer-Songwriter returns, Kinky will be at Off Broadway on December 2.
PF Sloan “Halloween Mary”
from Sailover (Hightone 2006) —Frank Black with joins the legendary songwriter (Eve of Destruction) on another must play Halloween tune.
Crash Test Dummies “The Ghosts That Haunt Me” (BMG 1991) —Another songwriter showcase Halloween classic.
Bap Kennedy “VAMPIRE”
from Domestic Blues (Lonely Street Discs 1998) —Produced by the Twangtrust Steve Earle ...Ray Kennedy, an under the radar classic from this fine Irish songwriter, formerly of the band "Energy Orchard".
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