Forgotten songs Podcast

Today I was talking with someone about how many songs I've written over the years, and how many I've forgotten. Here's one of the songs I completely forgot about, this I think recorded at Collapseable Studios in West Asheville, NC. It's a song about a long-gone Asheville landmark and a murder I imagined.

Campaigning for Bernie Sanders 

Here's the web version of another email I decided to send out today:

Hello, Everyone – 

Lately I've been thinking about how I can make a difference. It occurs to me that Facebook is such an information-overload place of fleeting posts, and I have (at least until I send this email) a pretty big number of people on my email list. I hope I don't lose you. Many of you, no doubt, know who Bernie Sanders is. Perhaps many of you don't. In either case, please read this commentary by me (particularly those among you… Read more

Latest E-News 

Here is the web version of my latest email to those subscribed to my email list:

Hello, Everyone – It's been a while. I hope you're doing well! A couple of quick news items:

CD Review
I just published a review I wrote on a great new album by my friends Rupert Wates and Bartosz Hadala, The Nighwatchers. I thought you'd enjoy learning about this disc and previewing it:
Read the review 

July 29 Performance
Also, I have my first performance in quite a while coming up on July 29:

Songwriter Round Dave Desmelik, ChrisRead more

CD Review: The Nightwatchers featuring Rupert Wates and Bartosz Hadala 

By Dave Turner

The latest release from singer-songwriter and guitarist Rupert Wates will sound familiar to his fans, as it is a retrospective of sorts. Yet while it looks back at a selection of his previously released songs, they all receive new treatment by The Nightwatchers duo (www.thenightwatchers.com) featuring Wates and virtuoso pianist Bartosz Hadala. This self-titled album looks forward as well, particularly as it brings together musical elements that rarely come in one recording.
“If I had to point… Read more

Spotify could be Sold for $14 Billion 

Just last week, news broke on the potential purchase of revolutionary music streaming service, Spotify. The company which brought free music streaming to the masses in 2006 via Swedish duo Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon is said to be in the advanced stages of selling the company that will exceed $14 billion as reported by Digital Music News. Since its inception, the streaming service has over 10 million paying subscribers to a service that was first launched as a free platform for all. As the business has… Read more



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