This is one of those songs says more in four and half minutes than a 10,000 word editorial ever could; you either get it or you don’t… and if you don’t, I feel sorry for you.
Saturday, January 19, 2013 is the first National Gun Appreciation day… I’ve been a shooter for most of my adult life, I’ve never been NRA member though. At least not until about week ago. This is NRA Country… A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the […]
I could listen to Jane Monheit and Sara Gazarek sing 24×7 365 days and never get bored… there’s just something about listening to their beautiful, clear voices that’s good for the soul. Have a very Merry Christmas and Joyous New Year everyone.
I’m not sure what happened, but when I woke up this morning I discovered that the server that hosts thing site was down. Sorry about that, my web host is working on it and should have everything back to normal shortly. Anyway, I have things to do this weekend that don’t involve sitting in front […]
After digging though the September jobs numbers I need palette cleanser, so without further ado I give you The Brian Setzer Orchestra performing “Jump Jive An’ Wail” Crank it up and if you don’t feel like dancing before it’s over, seek medical attention. 😀
I have to confess, I hate this song… but I love this video (in fact I can’t hear “Call me maybe” without thinking of it). Anyway, the story goes like this… while the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders were shooting their 2013 Swimsuit Calendar in the Dominican Republic. They decided to have a little fun film their […]
Lavay Smith & Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers perform their original song “Big Fine Daddy” from their second album “Everybody’s Talkin’ Bout Miss Thing!”
Eden Brent performs “Let’s Boogie Woogie” live at the Levitt Shell, Memphis, Tennessee on Friday, September 24, 2010. Eden Brent – piano & voice; Sam Shoup – bass; Tom Lonardo – drums; Kirk Smothers – tenor saxophone; Marc Franklin – trumpet & horn arrangements.
The Sara Gazarek Band performs “Some Of These Days” at the Vitello’s Jazz & Supper Club in August 2012. Sara Gazarek (vocals), Larry Goldings (organ), Zach Harmon (drums) and Graham Dechter (guitar). Note: I updated this post on September 19, 2012 because the original video was removed from YouTube.
I mentioned on twitter not long ago that if you didn’t understand the philosophical meaning of this song then we have nothing to talk about… It isn’t about living out in the sticks, it’s about an attitude, about a way life. It’s about being self-reliant, working hard, and making your own way world instead of […]
Have you ever had of those days were everyone you meet wants to tell you their life story? This song from Australian country music singer Beccy Cole pretty well sums up my weekend: Sorry I asked, I really was only trying to be polite.
Happy Birthday America!
Let’s not mince words here Kayne West is a first class Alfa Hotel: Leave it to Kanye West to produce one of the most infamous moments in VMAs history before the 2009 show was even an hour old. It happened after Taylor Swift’s victory in the Best Female Video category for “You Belong With Me,” […]
How to turn bad customer service into a public relations disaster: Step 1: Break folk singer Dave Carroll’s guitar. Step 2: Give Dave the run around for 9 months before finally telling him to get stuffed. Step 3: Leave Dave so frustrated that he writes song called “United Breaks Guitars”, records it and then produces […]
And now for your listening pleasure Sara Gazarek: Now back to our reguarly scheduled blogging.