Chart-topping roots musician Darryl Purpose is now back to full-time touring, and he’s performing a song co-written with Old-Time Pharmaceuticals: “‘Til We Come Home Strangers”! Check it out at https://www.facebook.com/DarrylinNed/videos/10214240369577743/UzpfSTIxOTA0MDMyOjEwMTAxNzY1NjQzMzEzNjYw/.
We’re pleased as punch that the Unitarian Universalist Association has published one of our Celtic-style harvest songs, “So We Go,” in the online hymnal Worship Web: https://www.uua.org/worship/words/music/so-we-go.
On March 30, the “Rose of Ben Nishaere” was selected for one of four awards for Outstanding Achievement in Songwriting in the folk/Americana category of the Great American Song Contest. The judges also offered some excellent critiques of “Ramblin’ after Rain,” so look for an even better version of that piece shortly.
Steve Makofka has recorded a lovely version of “Lullaby of the Sky” on his latest CD, Bring the Kids. You can give it a listen at http://smakofka.wixsite.com/stevemakofka/bring-the-kids-demo.