Hi, everyone. This week’s song is by New Orleans musician Trombone Shorty (his given name is Troy Andrews). Please enjoy this delightful R&B tune!
Hi, everyone. I relied a little bit on YouTube serendipity again today, and was delighted when a long-time favorite song came up. This is Badfinger, performing their hit tune entitled “Day After Day.”
Eighteen years ago today, I stood in the English Garden at what was then the Lake Tahoe Fantasy Inn (it’s changed hands and no longer has the fabulous theming) and said “I do.” I married into Clan Cathcart, which also makes me a Wallace. Thus, our choice for a recessional: “Scots Wha’ Hae.” World-renowned Celtic harpist Anne Roos played it for us; this version is by Alex Beaton.
Hi, everyone. Welcome to another week in what feels like the longest year of my life! At least there is still music out there to put a smile on our collective faces.
Today’s selection is from T. Rex’s “Electric Warrior” album. Enjoy this performance of “Bang a Gong (Get It On).” The keyboard player may look a little familiar, as he’s a very young Elton John.
Hi, everyone. Today, I thought I would share a long-time favorite of mine. Dolly Parton wrote “Wildflowers,” which is a song that has always spoken to me. This version is performed by Sierra Boggess, her father Mike Boggess (an exceptional luthier who made both guitars used in the video), and Ramin Karimloo on banjo. Enjoy!