A Bakers Dozen for you to hear!
4 Videos (amateur and pro):
Pancho & Lefty
4 Personal Links:
is inspired by Cliff Eberhardtl, Kate Campbell, Townes Van
Zandt, John Prine, Springsteen, and the memory of his mother singing along
with her AM car radio. When he heard the great Texan George Brown sing Pancho and Lefty,
John had to learn how to play; George taught him how. Other seminal influences include The Bank
Street Band - Baltimore's finest! - Dick
Pleasants, and Seth Connelly. John is a long way from his Baltimore hometown but
starts there and "Quiet Fire" continues the journey. Stream or
purchase mp3's and both CD's at CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify among others.
Click Home for links to email, gigs, lyrics, and favorites. Of special note is SAMW, a wonderful summer home for music lovers.
John hopes to see you when he's singing out and hopes you'll support live music venues, including buying their food and drink. Music-loving owners have to pay their bills, too!
And don't forget that 2017 will be a challenging year politically no matter what your persuasion, so stay involved and make a difference. Both the music and political scenes need you to be active!