Songwriters Showcase (Music)
Sun Jul 10th 2011 10.00am–12.00pm
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The Believers “Crashyertown” (Bona Fide Recordings 2005) —How can I not start the show with a song that begins "It's 10 O'clock on a Sunday morning..." The Believers are Craig Aspen & Cyd Frazzini, great stuff !!
Elizabeth Cook “SUNDAY MORNING”
from Balls (31 Tigers 2007) —I guess I started a theme, Elizabeth returns to St.Louis and Off Broadway tonight.
Gretchen Peters “Sunday Morning (Up And Down My Street)”
from Circus Girl (Scarlet Letter Records 2009) —Wonder if I could do the whole show with Sunday songs, maybe ?? Gretchen with Tom Russell Mt.Olive Turner Hall 10/08, Gretchen's nominated for the Songwriters Hall Of Fame. Good Luck !!! I'll let you know.!
Kasey Chambers “Nullarbor (The Biggest Backyard in the World)”
from Little Bird (Liberation 2010) —Another great Aussie, with another true story about growing up on the Nullarbor Plain with her very musical, Fox Hunting family. Just released in the States.
Donny Schlitz “When You Say Nothing At All”
from GREATEST HITS (deVere Records 2010) —A listener request for Alison Kraus's version, thought we'd do the original version instead, a co-write with his buddy Paul Overstreet.
Carl Brouse “Heart To Heart”
from American Hotel (DTI Records 1983) —Vinyl time, the late Carl Brouse with this overlooked masterpiece, one of several Tom Russell co-writes, a young Shawn Colvin on duet vocals.
ZaCallion Twins “Lullaby of London”
from Live at Last (self Self 2003) —X-Mollys Catherine Zavala & Nancy McCallion unite for a wonderful live performance that included this Shane MacGowen song. WE MISS THE MOLLYS !!!!!!
Verlon Thompson “The Get To You Waltz”
from "Works" (Victor Tango Records 2011) —A good old 2 step from Guy Clark's right hand man, Verlon has put together a 70th birthday tribute to Guy, 2 discs, lots of friends, Can't Wait !!
The Paperboys “Dilapidated Beauty” (The Paperboys 2003) —Paperboy founder, lead man and songwriter, Tom Landa's best release.
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