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Music January 15, 2017

 

 

 
Snow songs

 

Music January 14, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IPkndjh4tE

Music January 13, 2017

RED Friday:

 

Jason Mark Everman (born October 16, 1967) is an American musician, who played with Nirvana, Soundgarden and OLD. He later served in the US Army as an Army Ranger and Green Beret

In September 1994, influenced by Renaissance icon Benvenuto Cellini (who stated that a well-rounded man is an artist, warrior and philosopher), he left Mind Funk to join the United States Army, subsequently serving with the Army’s 2nd Ranger Battalion and later with the Special Forces, serving tours in Afghanistan and Iraq.[4] After completing his tour of duty with the Rangers, he took a break from the service and lived in New York City where he briefly worked as a bike messenger. He then traveled to Tibet and worked and studied in a Buddhist monastery before returning to the U.S. He reentered the Army when offered the chance to join Special Forces. After receiving an honorable discharge in 2006, Everman went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from Columbia University School of General Studies on May 20, 2013.[4] General Stanley A. McChrystal wrote a letter of recommendation for his application.[1] In September 2010, Everman conducted an interview with Music Life Radio detailing his life.[5] In July 2013, The New York Times published a portrait on Everman, written by guitarist and writer Clay Tarver.[1] The article features interviews with Everman, his family members, former band colleagues, music industry people, and soldiers. A 2014 The Daily Beast interview mentions that Everman was invited to and attended Nirvana’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, that he lives in New York, has participated in writing workshops and “still goes overseas regularly, working as a consultant for the military

 

 

Gary Sinise
Sinise is a supporter of various veterans’ organizations, both personally and through the Lt. Dan Band. He frequently performs on USO tours at military bases around the world, and volunteered for the National Vietnam Veterans Arts Museum now called the National Veterans Art Museum. On June 8, 2011, he put on a space suit to become one of the few people to fly in a U-2 spy plane up to 70,000 feet.[17] Sinise is also on the Advisory Council of Hope For The Warriors, a national nonprofit dedicated to provide a full cycle of nonmedical care to combat-wounded service members, their families, and families of the fallen from each military branch.[18] In December 2011, Sinise was the narrator at the Candelight Processional at Disneyland. In August 2012, Sinise was honored at the United States Navy Memorial, by Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Rick West, and was made an honorary U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer for his efforts in helping veterans.[19] On August 29, 2013, he was named an honorary Marine by the Commandant of the Marine Corps.[20][21] In 2006, Sinise co-narrated the National Memorial Day Concert on the Mall in Washington, D.C., with actor and Illinois native Joe Mantegna.[22] He serves as the national spokesperson for the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial and spends much of his time raising awareness for the memorial and other veterans’ service organizations.[23] In 2012, he was honored by the Joe Foss Institute for his dedication to veterans. In 2013, he was awarded the third highest honor within the Department of the Army Civilian Awards, the Outstanding Civilian Service Award, for substantial contributions to the U.S. Army community through his work with the Gary Sinise Foundation. He participated in Troopathon VI for 2013, as he has in the past, to help raise money for care packages for American troops.[24] He received 2015’s Sylvanus Thayer Award, awarded by the West Point Association of Graduates to a civilian whose character, service, and achievements reflect the ideals prized by the U.S. Military Academy.[25][26]

Music January 11, 2017

Play list: Southern Rock, & Alt Country – 2000 to 2019

World United Music

 

 

 

Music January 10, 2017

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ohh3-CfEJJo

 

 

 

Music January 09, 2017

 

 

 

 

Music January 08, 2017

 

 

Music January 07, 2017

 

Music January 06, 2017

RED Friday

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2HMsgH1_H0

Fast, on a rough road riding
High, through the mountains climbing
Twisting, turning further from my home.
Young, like a new moon rising
Fierce, through the rain and lightning
Wandering out into this great unknown.
And I don’t want no one to cry, but tell em’
If I don’t survive
I was born free
I was born free
I was born free
Born Free
Free, like a river raging
Strong, if the wind I’m facing.
Chasing dreams and racing father time.
Deep like the grandest canyon,
Wild like an untamed stallion.
If you can’t see my heart you must be blind.
You can knock me down and watch me bleed
But you can’t keep no chains on me.
I was born free
I was born free
I was born free
Born Free
And I’m not good at long goodbyes but look down
Deep into my eyes.
I was born free!
Hey yaya yayaya
Oh hoo
Calm facing danger
Lost, like an unknown stranger
Grateful for my time with no regrets.
Close to my destination
Tired, frail and aching
Waitin’ patiently for the sun to set
And when its done believe that
I will yell it from that mountain high
I was born free
I was born free
I was born free
Born Free
And I will vow to the shining seas
And celebrate God’s Grace on me.
I was born free
I was born free
I was born free
Born Free
Oh, oh oh oh wah hoo

Songwriters: Marlon Young / Robert J Ritchie

 

Craig Morgan: He served on active duty for nine and a half years in the US Army as a member of the 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions and remained in the reserves for another six and a half years.[2]

I’m meetin’ my buddies out on the lake
We’re headed out to a special place (We love!)
That just a few folks know
There’s no signin’ up, no monthly dues
Take your Johnson, your Mercury or your Evinrude and fire it up
Meet us out at party cove
Come on in the waters fine
Just idle on over, and toss us a line

Basstrackers, Bayliners and a party barge,
Strung together like a floatin’ trailer park
Anchored out and gettin’ loud all summer long
Side by side there’s five houseboat front porches
Astroturf, lawn chairs and tiki torches
Regular joes, rockin’ the boat that’s us
The Redneck Yacht Club

Bermuda’s, flip-flops and a tank top tan
He popped his first top at 10 a.m., (That’s Bob!)
He’s our president
We’re checkin’ out the girls on the upper deck
Rubbin’ in the 15 S-P-F, (Its hot! Whoo!)
Everybody’s jumpin’ in
Later on when the sun goes down
We’ll pull out the jar and that old guitar
And pass ’em around

Basstrackers, Bayliners and a party barge,
Strung together like a floatin’ trailer park
Anchored out and gettin’ loud all summer long
Side by side there’s five houseboat front porches
Astroturf, lawn chairs and tiki torches
Regular joes, rockin’ the boat that’s us
The Redneck Yacht Club

When the party’s over and we’re all alone
We’ll be makin’ waves, in a no wake zone

Basstrackers, Bayliners and a party barge,
Strung together like a floatin’ trailer park
Anchored out and gettin’ loud all summer long
Side by side there’s five houseboat front porches
Astroturf, lawn chairs and tiki torches
Regular joes, rockin’ the boat that’s us
The Redneck Yacht Club

Redneck Yacht Club
(Na, na, na)
Redneck Yacht Club
(Na, na, na)
Written by Steve Williams, Thom Sheppard

 

 

Music January 04, 2017

John Leventhal (born December 18, 1952) is a Grammy Award-winning musician, producer, songwriter, and recording engineer who has produced albums for William Bell, Michelle Branch, Rosanne Cash (wife), Marc Cohn, Shawn Colvin, Rodney Crowell, Jim Lauderdale, Joan Osborne, Loudon Wainwright III, The Wreckers and many others.