Happy Song for Your Weekend / You Are My Sunshine

I recorded this danced-up folk-rock version of “You Are My Sunshine” for my wife’s kindergarten class, and completely forgot to send it to her on time (classic Jess), so it was never used. For anyone that needs a fun little pick-me-up, here is “You Are My Sunshine“.

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Tomorrow (Happy Song for the Weekend)

My little girl is obsessed with the new Annie soundtrack, so I thought I’d revisit an old favorite. Here’s a cover of “Tomorrow” (video & audio below)

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I Made a Song for Your Weekend

I love me some Mason Jennings. Good medicine. I recorded this cover of his song “Rainboots” to ensure you with a happy, happy weekend. Enjoy!

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SONG FOR THE WEEKEND

I fell apart yesterday/Just before I caught your smilin’ face I was just a little late/I knew that I might have to wait for you You bring me back I’m stompin’ like a hurricane/I don’t know when I’ll be back again It’s never been like this before/And now I know that when it rains it … Continue reading

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Song for the Weekend

Happy weekend, everyone!

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COLLABORATION WITH DREW DANBURRY

Utah native Drew Danburry has been┬ánominated for┬áSalt Lake City Weekly’s Best of Music 2013–which will come as no surprise to those familiar with his music. 2013 was an incredible year for music, here in Utah, and Drew has been listed (appropriately) alongside Joshua James, Parlor Hawk, Mideau, and Polytype. I had the unique pleasure of … Continue reading

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CHICAGO’S MAGIC PIANO

I love the man who enters at 1:15. I need to live life more like this guy!

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HISTORY OF THE BASS (VIDEO)

Michael Thurber takes us through 45 songs and 9 basses to explore the history of the bass.

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PUT THESE SONGS IN YOUR EARS

Drew Danburry’s newest album, Becoming Bastian Salazar, tells the story of how one person evolves from love to hate, hope to despair, and altruism to egocentricity.

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POWER OF THE PENTATONIC SCALE

Musical artist Bobby McFerrin directs his audience in a demonstration of the power of the pentatonic scale at the event “Notes Neurons: In Search of the Common Chorus” from the 2009 World Science Festival. Do people instinctively know the sound patterns of the pentatonic scale? Is there a base level of musical knowledge in all … Continue reading

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