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About me

My passion is creating and spreading "Music for Life" - Music that glorifies God and celebrates everything about life:

I am a:

  • Songwriter, Musician and Troubadour.
  • Disabilities Advocate and Gospel of Life Disciple

Chris writes, records and produces songs and put them on this website for people to download and hopefully share and enjoy.

This site hosts Chris' musical art gallery, blog and editorials in support of "The Gospel of Life" and of persons with autism and seniors living in nursing homes.

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RIP Donald “Duck” Dunn

I always loved music by Booker T. and the MG’s. Today I learned, as posted on whereseric.com, bass player Donald “Duck” Dunn has passed away at age 70 in Tokyo, Japan. He was in Tokyo for a series of performances at The Blue Note. Born in Memphis, Tennessee in 1941, he joined The Mar-Keys before sigining on with Booker T & The MGs in 1963. The band’s instrumental hits include “Green Onions” and “Time Is Tight” but their lasting legacy is as architects of the Stax / Volt sound. At Stax Records, Duck laid down inumerable grooves behind artists like [Read More...]

Happy Birthday Johnny Cash

Happy Birthday Johnny. The Man in Black, aka Johnny Cash was born on this date in 1932. He died on September 12, 2003 of complications from diabetes.

Folsom Prison Blues, Live

Ain’t No Grave

You Are My Sunshine

This is a great song and everybody seems to know it and love it. It never fails if I play this at one of my nursing home shows to evoke a positive response from the residents. I normally play it on the guitar, so when I stumbled across this ukulele play along web site and watched the ukenannies it inspired me to try it on my ‘uke next time! If you like playing the ‘uke, you should check out the ukulele play along site…it’s cool.

The other night dear, as I lay sleeping I dreamed I held you in [Read More...]

Sack of Woe

 

Getting back to 1,000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die…..

Here is one more: The Cannonball Adderley Quintet, “Sack of Woe”