Posts Tagged ‘live performance videos’

Flying and Falling

May 14, 2022

“Flying and Falling,” written by Noel McKay, performed by him with Brennen Leigh (mandolin, backing vocals) and Melissa Carper (bass), 2019.

McKay & Leigh website

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I’m Your Puppet

May 7, 2022

“I’m Your Puppet,” written by Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham, performed by them in 1999.  Dan Penn (vocal, guitar), Spooner Oldham (Fender Rhodes piano). The song was a big hit for James and Bobby Purify in 1966.

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Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Polka

May 7, 2022

“Girls Just Wanna Have Fun,” written by Robert Hazard, performed by The Heimatdamisch, 2021.  Conny Kreitmeier, lead singer; arranged by Florian Rein.

The Heimatdamisch website

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I’m Not Running Away

May 1, 2022

“I’m Not Running Away,” written and performed by Will Kimbrough, 2019. Will Kimbrough (vocals, guitar), Chris Donohue (bass), Bryan Owings (drums).

Will Kimbrough website

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Jealous Guy

April 24, 2022

“Jealous Guy,” written by John Lennon, performed by The Main Squeeze,” 2021. Corey Frye (vocals), Maximillian Newman (guitar), Ben “Smiley” Silverstein (keyboards), Rob Walker (bass), Reuben Gingrich (drums), Grace Kelly (sax).

The Main Squeeze website

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Little Blue-Eyed Dog

April 24, 2022

“Little Blue-Eyed Dog,” written by Brennen Leigh and Noel McKay, performed by them with bassist Melissa Carper, 2019.

McKay & Leigh website

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Wrong Side of the Bottle

April 23, 2022

“Wrong Side of the Bottle,” written by Jim “Moose” Brown, Heidi Newfield, and Leslie Satcher, perfomed by Heidi Newfield, 2019.

Heidi Newfield website

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I Want You Back

April 16, 2022

“I Want You Back,” written by Berry Gordy, Freddie Perren, Alphonso Mizell, and Deke Richards, performed by Dannielle DeAndrea and Scary Pockets, 2021. Dannielle DeAndrea (vocals), Swatkins and Jack Conte (keyboards), Ryan Lerman (guitar), Solomon Dorsey (bass), Kyle Crane (drums).

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Erase Me

April 9, 2022

“Erase Me,” written and performed by Lizzy McAlpine, 2021. Lizzy McAlpine (vocal, guitar), Ryan Lerman (guitar), Dave Mackay (piano).

Lizzy McAlpine website

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We Belong

March 26, 2022

“We Belong,” written by Eric Lowen and Dan Navarro, performed by Brandi Carlile with Tim and Phil Hanseroth at Kettlehouse Amphitheater in Bonner, Montana, 2021.

Brandi Carlile website

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