Well, hello there! It’s been a while. I’ve enjoyed catching up on your blogs this week. Thank you for making me feel missed and welcomed back.
There are many, many songs written about “the one that got away.” But what about the one that didn’t? And by that I mean, what about the one that didn’t, but you wish had?! Here’s a song I wrote on that subject a few years ago.
My inner grammar cop compels me to point out the flaw in the title. But no one says, “the one who got away” now do they? So artistic license wins over language laws this time – like a lot of times. In fact, anytime you find an error in my writing, just chalk it up to “artistic license.” Oh yeah, I totally meant to do that. . .
“The End of the World” According to Dax The satisfying combination of pinpoint vocal accuracy, basement vocal placement, and graveled vocal tone in Dax’s cover of “The End of the World” hooks the listener from the first line. “Why does … Continue reading →
Helene Cronin: A Heartfelt Song of Appreciation Brings Us All a Little Closer Until this year, I was not familiar with Helene Cronin’s music. Even though she is an active songwriter from my hometown of Dallas, Texas and often travels … Continue reading →
Oh Dear Lord: New Music by Rick Holman Music & Lyric by Rick Holman, copyright 2011 Engineered by Larry Greenhill Guitar & Vocals by Rick Holman Bass by Big D, Noted in Nashville Backup Vocals by Anita, Noted in Nashville … Continue reading →
Face “The Page” I’m not gonna lie. It would mean a lot to me if you listened to this song. My song. It would mean even more if you liked it. Not just “liked” it. Liked it. See, the list, … Continue reading →
Senescence and My Music Senescence. The state of being old : the process of becoming old. Similar to this song I wrote nearly a decade ago. Senescence. The growth phase in a plant or plant part (as a leaf) from … Continue reading →
Nashville Singer/Songwriter Julie Gribble I’ll be honest. I haven’t even met Julie Gribble in person. She and I have exchanged emails for the past few months, trying to come together on a project for a local radio station. That’s what … Continue reading →