This Friday's song is If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away by Justin Moore. I picked this because I am thinking of my Mom today. Four years ago today, we had to rush her to the emergency room at Baptist Hospital.
This Friday's song is Worry B Gone by Chris Stapleton from his 2020 album Starting Over. This performance is a recent appearance by Stapleton on Late Night with Seth Myers. The core message is reflective of many people's reactions to all the turmoil in the world. A "puff" won't be my personal solution, but hugs from my wife and son certainly will.
It has been a tough summer. The pandemic we hoped would be behind us continues to cause disruption and death. Despite or maybe because of that, I picked Beautiful World by Kenny Chesney for this Friday's song.
This Friday's song is Day That I Die by the Zac Brown Band. The studio version that featured Amos Lee is a personal favorite.
Recently came across My Boy by Elvie Shane which was released in September 2020. It is a very poignant song. Hope you enjoy.
This Friday’s song is a new addition to our collection. Don’t Take Much is a new song by Brian Kelley from Florida-Georgia Line.
This Friday's song is Hell of a View by Eric Church. It is a romantic, mid-tempo ballad that harkens back to Church's breakthrough hit, Springsteen.
This Friday's song is Sleepsong by Secret Garden. My wife and I have a favorite Amazon Music playlist we often play to relax when we head off to bed. This 2015 performance features vocalist Katherine Iversen.
Reading my latest Harry Bosch novel, The Burning Room, and decided to listen to Grace Kelly, a jazz musician featured in the story.
This Craig Morgan performance came up on my YouTube feed a bit ago. If you haven't seen this version or don't know the story behind the song, it is worth taking a few moments to read and then watch.
This Friday's song is Amado Mio by Pink Martini. Always a favorite, we heard it at dinner at one of our favorite restaurants last week and wanted to share.
This Friday's song is Beers and Sunshine by Darius Rucker. A great summertime beat and a thought to give us all perspective for the summer. Hope you enjoy it!