Single people know the feeling!
This is the title track off my new, and my first, CD, "Average Joe."
Healthy eating is fine but deep inside of us all lives a meat eater!
I had the pleasure of interviewing and eating dinner with John Prine around 1980 then saw him decades later in Nashville. Started this song the day after he died.
Inspired by a young woman playing an open mic at Tremont Tavern in Chattanooga.
Another story song, sung by Amanda Richards.
A sweet and a little sad story song.
This is dedicated to my brother Lennet, who we lost at Thanksgiving, 2019.
We're all Average Joes.:)
The song title says it all.
For all you healthy eaters out there!
The life of a single guy...or single gal...Cooking for One!
This song is a true story. I interviewed John Prine around 1980 (see clipping in the photo gallery...no date on the story), he invited me to dinner, he broke strings, years later I saw him in Nashville when my then girlfriend won tix. Great songwriter but really great man, not at all enamored with his own success. An Average Joe!
A story song about a guy that I may know. :)
The Bluegrass Grill is the best breakfast spot in Chattanooga but much more than that, a great family-owned business and very special place of community. It was an honor to write a song for the Worsham family!
This song is for those of us who have experienced loss but cherish the memories.
Emmett Charles Daigle, son of my son, Richie, and his wife, Emily, was born April 28, 2020. I hope he appreciates this song when he's older!
Those good ole days weren't good for everyone, but we can change.
Thank you, Chuck Beckman, for teaching me this, in open G.
My rendition of beautiful instrumental by Incindio. Very cool that the writer of the piece saw it on YouTube and complimented me! Thanks, Liza.
"Baggage." We've all got some!
I read an alarming statistic, it's in the last verse, that prompted this song.
Took the video with my cell phone on a trail right by my house.
A fun little song...gets laughs in a live audience!