This Friday's song is Brand New Man by Brooks and Dunn. This was the first song that Kik Brooks and Ronnie Dunn wrote and released together in August 1991. A lot happened that month that set the stage for the next thirty years.
This Friday's song is "For What It's Worth" by Buffalo Springfield. Think Steven Stills had it right...
This Friday's song is A Whiter Shade of Pale by Procol Harum. This was their debut single and it was released in May 1967. There was lots of turmoil around the world in 1967.
A New Year's prayer for those we have lost, those fighting for their lives, and all those struggling to see the light from the darkness. A prayer for us all.
This Friday's song is I'd Really Live to See You Tonight by England Dan and John Ford Coley. The clip of this 1976 hit is introduced by Wolfman Jack. 1976 was memorable in many ways.
This Friday's song is My Life by Billy Joel. Was in the mood for something upbeat and fun. This song was released in late 1978. Hope you enjoy!
This Friday’s song is Me and You by Kenny Chesney.
This Friday's song is Walking in Memphis by Marc Cohen. This song was released in 1991. In 1991, I was traveling a lot in Asia and this song always brought me "home" for a few minutes.
This Friday's song is an early version of Innocent Man by Billy Joel. Enjoy!
This performance of Thunder Road by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street band in Barcelona has always been a favorite.
This Friday's song, City of New Orleans by Arlo Guthrie, was released in 1972. That was the year I graduated from St. John Prep in Danvers, MA and headed back to Long Island for college.
Bit behind with sharing what we picked out of our music collection this week. This week's choice is actually a triple play by Jim Croce including Time in a Bottle, Operator, and I've Got a Name.