This Friday's song is "Knowing You" by Kenny Chesney. This song is for everyone who has to face pain like this over the past year as this awful disease took so many from those they loved.
This Friday's song is "Mandolin Rain" by Bruce Hornsby and the Range. This song was on their debut album which was released in late 1986.
This Friday's song is “Can't You See” by the Marshall Tucker Band which was released in 1973. Southern rock was just taking over the pop music charts and songs like this became stables of college dorm life in the early 70s.
Had another song selected for this week's song, but decided to share Vince Gill's new Grammy winner "When my Amy Prays". This version features Vince and his daughter Corrina Grant Gill.
This Friday's song is The Older I Get by Alan Jackson. Jackson has been a favorite of mine since the early 1990s. I think the lyrics speak for themselves. Hope that you enjoy it!
This Friday's song is Abraham, Martin and John by Dion. This song was written by Dick Holler right after the assassination of Bobby Kennedy in Los Angeles in June 1968.
OK, so looking back on the twelve months, Starting Over, a soft ballad released by Chris Stapleton this past November seemed like a good choice.
This Friday's song is Seven Wonders by Fleetwood Mac. In many ways, it reflects the true "coming" of age" for a generation.
This Friday's Song is Bless the Broken Road by Rascal Flats. Ten years ago today, I married my 'meant to be'. Thank you, my darling Teresa, for being who you are and for waiting for me at the end of that broken road.
This Friday song is Midnight Confessions by the Grass Roots. The song was originally released in 1968. The version I picked is a clip from 1972.
This Friday's song is Even Though I'm Leaving by Luke Combs. It's dedicated to everyone who has lost a parent to this awful disease.
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.