Songwriters Showcase (Music)
Sun Jun 17th 2012 10.00am–12.00pm
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Bill Miller “Old Dreams and New Hopes” (Windspirit Music 1987) —Native American singer/songwriter Bill Miller with the title song from his 1st (still my favorite) release. Saw Bill sing this one at Kerrville.
Cyndi Boste “Old Mans' Shoes”
from Home Truths (MBA 1998) —We take you down under for Cyndi's great tribute to her Dad, an Aussie singer / songwriter that you should seek out.
Steve Seskin “April's Dad”
from LIVE (Seskin Records 2004) —Some of the strongest Father bonds aren't always the biological ones, a great tune by a songwriter that you should get to know better.
Steve Goodman “My Old Man”
from Say It In Private Single (Asylum 1977) —Steve's very emotional tribute to losing his Dad at a young age, unfortunatly Steve only made it to 36 for his young Daughters.
Warren Zevon “Keep Me In Your Heart”
from The Wind (Artemis Records 2003) —A request from my friend Boots listening on-line from Austin, Boots recited Warrens dying eulogy at his Fathers Funeral.
Bruce Springsteen “My Father's House”
from Nebraska Vinyl Album (Columbia 1982) —Had several requests for songs Bruce wrote about his Dad, used this on from Bruce's masterpiece.
Samantha Harlow “STICKS and STONES”
from Live In Studio (self 2012) —Haven't had a live guest in the studio for awhile, it was a pleasure to welcome Samantha.
Samantha Harlow “Trouble Fades”
from Live In Studio (self 2012) —Live in studio guests and new discoveries are 2 of my favorite things, Nashville based singer/songwriter Samantha Harlow covered both.
Samantha Harlow “Diamond in the Rough”
from Live In Studio (self 2012) —Nobody does live music like KDHX, thanks to Samantha and Drew for a great job as engineer.
Guy Clark “The Randall Knife”
from Dublin Blues (Asylum 1995) —How can you do a Fathers Day show without Guy's amazing tribute, one of our most requested songs.
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