Some 50 years later, Don Mclean still has it.
Paola Hermosἰn, Brazilian guitarist/vocalist delivers a delightful version of “After You’re Gone”. It took Chet Atkins AND Suzy Bogguss both to pull this of but Paola does a pretty good job by herself.
Lindsay Ell • Make You Feel My Love
A beautiful song, a beautiful voice, some beautiful guitar playing, and a beautiful young lady to pull it all together
A Barefoot Guitarist With One Pink Toenail
A barefoot guitarist (Doug Wamble) with one pink toenail is somewhat distracting at first but after a few seconds seems to lend an appropriate touch to the intimate living room setting of this Morgan James video. Doug’s superb skill blends extremely well with Morgan’s ridiculously sublime and overwhelmingly soulful voice. She just sits there curled…
Chris Cornell – Not Just A Rocker
I take a little pride in being familiar with most genres of music being listened to in the United States now and in the past. While I’m not really a fan of alternative rock, I usually listen to some of the bands (just a little) to get a feel for what they’re all about. This…
Natalie Lungley â€¢ Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
Natalie Lungley delivers aÂ nice soulful cover of Carol King’s “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow”. Â Lyrics are provided below the video if you’d like to sing along. “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” Carol King Tonight you’re mine completely You give your love so sweetly Tonight the light of love is in your eyes But…
Sarah Hickman -“Simply” is Simply Beautiful
Why have we never heard of this young lady before? She’s been around for a while but I suspect we’ll see her moving in to mainstream entertainment before long. Beautiful, soulful voice and pretty decent guitar skills.
I Remember Where I Was
There are monumental events that happen in lifeÂ when you always remember where you were and what you were doing when it happened, like when JFK was shot or when the twin towers fell. Depending on our interests, there are things that happen that are important to us but maybe not so much so to the…
Steve Goodman – Would You Like To Learn To Dance?
Steve Goodman left us all to early, taken at the age of 36 by leukemia. He won his first Grammy for writing “The City Of New Orleans” but it was awarded posthumously a year after his death. One can only imagine what gems would have come from his creativity if he were allowed to stay…
If You Don’t Know Where You’re Going, Any Road Will Take You there.
George Harrison is often referred to as “the quite Beetle”. He rarely gave interviews but when John Fugelsang cornered him for his very last public appearance he was not quite at all and really opened up about a lot of things. During the interview, a complete stranger in the studio audience stretched out a guitar…