I grew up with this guy and I love him so much. Once of my favorite voices in rock–his voice is a combo between all the best with enough of Jason in there as well. He’s a good one.
“I found him and I wanna keep him….I hope he don’t die.” This metaphor came to me very easily. Such a simple concept, but how true, RIGHT?!
This was so great because I was singing this song and there were several people in the audience that I had written it about/for. That made me really FEEL it, ya know? Don’t Benjarve’s drums sound good?!
This is a song about cancer. It’s a song about loss. It’s the favorite of Doug Brown, the sound man at this club, so we did it by request and Nicolas Gold, the amazing cellist that he is, just jammed it. Yes, there are cellists that jam. He is the best! I wrote this for my grandmother. She was such a fun lady and she asked that I laugh on her deathbed.
I love this video because I love my dress and my hair! Ha! This song is so raw. Is this a personal account? Hmmm…I AM a story-teller. Maybe you’ll never know.
My CD Release for “The Fire and the Flood” was at Grimey’s in Nashville. EchoXS set me up with these amazing strings and it was a magical night.
This was one I wrote after seeing my buddy Channing play a song about meth at Blue Bar. I was thinking….It’s been a while since I wrote a song about drugs. So the line “it’s been a while” ended up in the song. Huh! What do ya know?
So…this is one that we love to do Black Hoodie Folk, but here it is in the classic version performing as Leticia Wolf for the Harley Davidson Venue The Shed. It’s one of our favorite spots. Such an awesome staff.
Stephen and I wrote this jam. What do you guys think?