Karen Carpenter is one of the best Female vocalists ever! I have loved this song for as long as I can remember. I hope you enjoy my live acoustic version.
This is from my show on Thursday, June 27th 2013 at Stompin’ Grounds in Austin. It’s a new song that I plan on recording very soon. Playing some amazing lead guitar on this song is Daniel David. We have yet to rehearse the song and he just made it soar! We haven’t played together in over almost 5 years and he played the entire set with me…without any rehearsal. He’s that good!
This video was recorded and uploaded by TrueFMOnline.com. You can see their post about the entire show by clicking on the link.
Here is the video. Enjoy, comment, share!!
I had a great time on KOOP 91.7 FM. OutCast is a weekly LGBT radio show. They had me on to promote my Stompin’ Grounds show and I performed 2 songs. You can hear the show in the player below. My segment is 3.
It took a couple of tries for this song. It’s the ending that always gets me. Enjoy!
I hope you enjoy the second living room video. Here is “Faithless” acoustic.
Our final day was spent on a day trip out to Orvieto and then Assisi. We almost didn’t go because it started at 6:00AM and lasted all day. Once again, we were so glad we did! Both locations were beautiful! You can see the photos at my facebook page, along with photos of our entire trip. I hope you enjoy!!
This was, for me, the highlight of the trip! We thought we were going on a group tour to see the highlights of Rome. When we went down to the lobby to meet the group, there was one person there. It was our tour guide. We didn’t realize that our travel agent booked a private tour for us. We’re so glad she did!
Our tour guide was Giovani, who has a master’ degree in archeology and has been a part of the digs in some of the Roman ruins. We basically had our very own intense and in depth live episode of the travel channel, in one full day.
There was no waiting in lines for entrance to any of the sites. All that was prearranged. We visited the Coloseum, The Forum ruins, the Vatican Museum, The Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica, Trevi Fountain and The Pantheon.
It took seven hours and, weirdly enough, we were feeling energized when the day ended.
We took a cab back to the hotel, ate a delicious Italian meal at a family run restaurant and then got to bed early for another tour. WOW!