Summer songs revisited…

  It started with a song… well it always does now, doesn’t it! Last year I wrote a blog about summer songs, the songs that make memories to warm us on those cold winter nights. Memories of soft, easy nights and hot, sun-drenched days we’ve spent with family and friends just enjoying life, as we

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Sleep Tonight ~ Robb Murphy

Sleep Tonight by Robb Murphy is an album that resonates with lush tones and stirring melodies with a natural openness to the poignant lyrics coming from a quiet place in this singer-songwriter’s soul. It has been said that this is where beautiful music comes from; I have no doubts about this, after hearing this album.

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The Bedroom Hour ~ Hinterland

I’d like to introduce you to one of my favorite bands right now, The Bedroom Hour hailing from London and currently residing in Uxbridge (West London) in the United Kingdom. Their debut album Hinterland released on 14th July, 2014 consisting of 11 tracks, is filled with soaring sounds destined to take you on an emotional

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One Year Later…

It started with a song… one year ago today! One entire year of life and all of the experiences to go along with it, and I am still here to write about it! Honestly, if you had asked me what I would write on the anniversary of my first blog post in October of last

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ghosts of love

I was listening to a song by Ryan Adams the other evening during one of our nightly thunderstorms. “When The Stars Go Blue” has always been a favorite of mine. It’s been covered by so many people but the original is the one I love. That song led to “Memories Of You” and the list

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Daniel Pearson ~ I Still Believe

It started with a song… a song that always reminds me that we all need to believe in our dreams no matter what. It’s a beautiful song with a gorgeous melody “I Still Believe” by Daniel Pearson from his second solo album titled “Mercury State”. Poignant lyrics set to music which allows the listener to

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