6/18/18: Storyville “A Good Day for The Blues” 

I’m really happy to share this one with you today, because I want everybody to know about a great band called “Storyville.” Specifically, I want you to know about one of the best vocalists on the planet: a guy by the name of Malford Milligan.

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6/19/18: 4 Non Blondes “What’s Up?”

4 Non Blondes came out of San Francisco, California, back in the early ‘90s. This was a group that didn’t stay together long, but they had one really memorable song in 1993. “What’s Up” is the name of that song, and I suspect that it would have been called “What’s Going On” if that title hadn’t already been taken by a very famous Marvin Gaye tune of the same name.

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6/20/18: John Mellencamp “Jack & Diane”

John’s most famous song is probably a little ditty, ‘bout Jack and Diane. You might know it? The song tells us to “hold on to 16 as long as you can” while also telling some hard truths, like how “life goes on, long after the thrill of livin’ is gone.” That last line is something that becomes more and more true the older you get!

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6/21/18: War “Summer” 

Some songs just seem perfect for a sunny summer day. I came up with a whole list of ‘em, but one ended up sticking with me through the night and popped into my head when I started the day early this morning. It was a smooth, happy tune from “War!”

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6/22/18: Jackson Browne “Boulevard” 

Jackson Browne! He’s incredibly talented, a quintessential Californian singer/songwriter, and he’s given us so much good music over the years. I’ve been hearing one of his songs in my head for so long now that it almost like I’m having a conversation with him. Which isn’t all that hard, considering that Browne is known for his exceptional songwriting skill and terrific lyrics. The man knows how to tell a story!

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