Songwriters Showcase (Music)
Sun Jun 3rd 2012 10.00am–12.00pm
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Hardin Burns “I Lost My Faith”
from Lounge (self 2012) N —Andrew Hardin (who also produced) and Jeannie Burns from the Burns Sisters (Annie & Marie) Fats Kaplin joins in, all new originals & 1 George Harrison cover. Great Stuff !!!!
The Laws “I BELIEVE IN YOU”
from Try Love (JML Music 2011) —Canadian Husband and wife duo with a great set of originals produced by Nova Scotia's amazing multi instrumentalist J.P. Cormier.
from Strawberry (Shake It 2011) N —Wussy will be appearing at this year's Twangfest on Thursday, June 7 @ the Duck Room
Slaid Cleaves “New Year's Day”
from Wishbones (Philo 2004) —In town at Off Broadway on Tuesday, June 19. backed by Chojo Jaques, picked this song because Slaid mentions Kerrville that is going on as we speak.
Blackie and The Rodeo Kings “How Come You Treat Me So Bad”
from Kings and Queens (FU:M 2011) —w/Janiva Magness. Janiva will be at the Old Rockhouse on Friday, August 3. She sings this one with Stephen Fearing and Tom Wilson on this tune they co-wrote.
Josh Ritter “Lillian Egypt”
from The Animal Years (V2 North America 2006) —There is nobody that looks like they are having a better time performing than Josh, & we're the ones that benefit, Don't miss it !!!!@ Plush on Saturday, July 21.
Great American Taxi “Olden Days”
from Paradise Lost (GATR 2011) —Produced by Todd Snider. This song has help from Elizabeth Cook, Todd Snider and Barry Sless. G.A.T. is Vince Herman, Chad Staehly, Jim Lewin, Brian Adams, & Chris Sheldon.
John Fullbright “Forgotten Flowers”
from From The Ground Up (Blue Dirt Records 2012) N —Debut studio cd from this wonderful Okemah, O.K. singer, songwriter, & multi-instrumentalist, best new release I've heard this year, Fats Kaplin and Andrew Hardin join in, tell'em where you heard it first.
Kasey Chambers “Return Of The Grievous Angel”
from STORYBOOK (Liberation Music 2011) —Kasey pays tribute to her biggest influences, including Gram Parsons and naturaly Kasey sings the Hell out of all of them.
David Munyon “Forever Young”
from Big Shoes (Stockfisch Records 2009) —Same idea from David on his favorite covers cd, besides Dylan, he includes Prine, John Fogarty, Neil Young, Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Waits, Lee Clayton, Cat Stevens, James Taylor, & Leenon and McCartney.
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