Yeah, time for this song again — sorry to say. Love to see a day when it’s finally out of context. Until then: “Get your cowboy hats on for the gangster parade…”
Yeah — she’s written a batch of dynamic and powerful songs and packaged them in her own dynamic and powerful way in a new collection called “THIS ROAD.” Come celebrate with us:
EP Release Concert: Sunday May 22, 7:30 PM, Steynberg Gallery
1531 Monterey St., San Luis Obispo. Tickets, $10. For reservations: (805) 547-0278
Further info: http://gator3041.hostgator.com/~steynberg/upcoming/
Audio previews at Ray’s new site: http://www.rayduncanmusic.com/
It’s more than four years now, and Zimmerman is in the news again — auctioning off the gun he used to do the deed. Words fail — but music still works, and it’s a nice Spring day (for those of us still breathing) so: let’s all sing along — one more time!
We’re joining the local singer-songwriter crowd for this edition of the long-running series, hosted by SLO icon Ted Waterhouse at Linnaea Phillips’s original oasis of sanity on Garden Street. Music starts early — sometimes before 6:00. Ranchers for Peace usually close the show, 9:30 or thereabouts. But come earlier for solo sets by individual Ranchers Charles and Ray — and to catch up on the range of crafty and creative artistes on the bill. “Big Variety” — guaranteed.
No cover. 1110 Garden St, San Luis Obispo, 805-541-5888
We’re joining some new friends from up north — and old pal Randall Lamb — for an evening of song-swapping “in the round,” with a focus on the kind of songs that have inspired social activism, in the past and here today: come on down and get your New Year’s dose of “give a damn.”
SUNDAY, JAN. 31 — 7:00 PM, Steynberg Gallery, 1531 Monterey St., SLO.
Details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1572659232979556/
It’s been almost a year, and a lot has happened, over there and over here — sharing this again, for remembrance and reflection:
~~~ opening today ~~~
Taller Rancher Charles Duncan wrote the closing song (produced by T BONE BURNETT) for the new Christmas movie Love the Coopers. R4P sang the demo — but we like this version too! Check it out — and look for us back on stage in 2016 with new songs and new recordings to share. PEACE!