The link below will take you to a video of a Handy Fest show three tears ago with my cowriters Will McFarlane, Michael A. Curtis, Mitch Mann, and Mark Narmore performing our songs.
Before this pandemic, I was active in the Muscle Shoals music community and felt good about my contributions. I organized and hosted shows – big and small. My living room was the chosen place for writing songs with my close circle of cowriters. A hug at my door, good coffee, and soup for lunch were […]
A songwriter who does not play a instrument or even sing – that’s me. So, how can I say I am a songwriter? I am a word, image, and idea person with limited melody input. I do not write alone. I write with songwriters who do what I do and what I don’t. This is […]
CoCo O’Conner, Cindy Richardson, and I wrote a song today via Zoom. I will write about cowriters and songwriting sessions soon. I promise. Now it is nap time. Zoom writing sessions wear me out!
I promise to tell you all about sessions soon. The Zoom ones like today wear me out, so it is nap time! My Songs page is back on the menu if you want to hear some of my songs.
Mark Narmore and I sat, both masked, in my backyard under a shade tree this morning and talked like old friends do. We have Zoomed, but this was our first true visit since March. In fact, this was my first visit with anyone other than family since then. We agreed you know you have a […]
I am working on this one. Help me out by giving me your thoughts in a reply. For what do you think I will be remembered? Leslie Paul interviewed me this morning for his radio talk show, Leslie Paul’s Hour. I rambled and was unfiltered. Hopefully this will be more thought out and succinct.
The Importance of Showing Up This morning I opened the Zoom room for Thursdays Circle Coffee, a meeting I host every Thursday. Some weeks I do not feel like setting it up, making the link available, or even being present. Thank heavens, I have a co-host, Grant Walden, so the coffee hour can go on […]