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. . .
“Super Turkey” 2.0 My, how we’ve grown! It’s hard to believe that this is the same little girl featured in last year’s “Super Turkey” video. She has grown taller, yes; but she has also grown as a musician. Lanie has developed … Continue reading →
Or maybe I’ll just sit this week out and let you guys do all the writing. As I mentioned in my last post, I’ve hit a bit of a wall and I’m waiting for inspiration to strike. But I figure a little mystery every now and then is a good thing. . . .
“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 →
“Poor Wayfaring Stranger” I remember singing this for my church when I was twelve. I was raised in the Church of Christ, so that meant no piano, no guitar, no nothin’ but me and my voice in front of the … Continue reading →
Originally posted on Romancing the Bee: I feel so honored. I had no idea that amazing singer-songwriters ever read my humble blog. Earlier today I posted about one of my favorite singer-songwriters, Aimee Mann. I hesitated about posting because it…
Audible Arrangements: New Music for an Old Friend It’s hard to remember the beginning of some friendships. At least, that’s the way it is with Anne. When did I not know her? When was she not a part of my … 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 →
“Super Turkey” Featuring Lanie Draughon This is why I still teach. I may not keep the schedule I used to. I may never teach 40 students a week again. But I don’t need that anymore. The few students I have … Continue reading →