This Friday's song is "Here Comes the Sun" by the Beatles. This song has always been about "beginnings" for me. I am starting a new gig next week and thought it would be a good choice. I picked the 2019 video mix which is pretty true to the original recording. Hope you enjoy!
This Friday's song is "If I Were Your Lover" by Kip Moore. This new song has a solid, uptempo beat that is classic Kip Moore. The video features Morgan Wade. It is pretty "steamy" and a bit dark for a Moore video.
This Friday's song is "Love is Blue" by Paul Mauriat. The version I picked to share is Mauriat's appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show on February 18, 1968.
This Friday's song is "More Than A Feeling" by Boston. This song was released in 1976 as the lead single on the band's debut album. I have lots of good memories from that time. I had taken a break from college and moved back to the North Shore of Boston the year before.
This Friday's song is "Wild Palomino" by the Zac Brown Band. This version features Cody Johnson. He seemed to have lost his way personally and professionally over the past few years and it showed in his music. This song is the type of very personal, classic country ballad that made us fans. We hope is is the first of many more.
This Friday’s song is “Beyond the Stars” by Tami Neilson. We discovered her a few weeks ago and have been exploring her catalog. This new song is one of my wife Teresa's favorites so far.
This Friday’s song is “Scarborough Fair/Canticle” by Simon and Garfunkel. I started humming it for some reason last week and decided to share it today. Hope you enjoy!
This Friday's song is "One Thing" by Tami Neilson. Teresa and I were watching the latest episode of The Brokenwood Mysteries this week. They used a couple of her songs. We had never heard her before,
This Friday's song is "If I Can Dream" by Elvis Presley. This song was written just after the assassination of Martin Luther King in 1968. Presley's performance was clearly from the heart and spoke to everyone.
This Friday's song is "Live Like You Were Dying" by Tim McGraw. I had three things happen in the last 48 hours that made me stop and think about life and priorities. This personal favorite of mine says it better than I ever could.
This Friday's song is "The Power of Love" by Huey Lewis and the News. This 1985 hit was featured on the soundtrack of one of my favorite movies, Back To The Future. I thought it would be a fun tune to kick back and enjoy as we enter the heart of the summer.
To kick off the holiday weekend, this Friday's song is, "Only in America", a personal favorite of mine from Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn. Hope everyone has a wonderful holiday.