Playing at Jono’s wedding reception – Jono hiding behind his nephew
I’ve been playing a song my buddy Jono wrote, called “God Has Been Good To Me,” for a while now. So when he got married just before Christmas, we threw him a roast, and I wrote some alternate lyrics for the occasion. First you’ll hear my version of “God Has Been Good To Me,” then you’ll hear my roast/tribute to Jono called “Being Odd Has Been Good To Me.” I overdubbed a guitar solo with delay on the first; you can hear the dog whining and birds singing in the second.
Here’s my first podcast, or jCast as I like to call it, fresh from the porch. The first song, “And Townes Said,” comes from the porch of a beach house off the Texas coast at Port Aransas, enhanced by the sounds of the power tools being used to build a house next door. I recorded the second song, Jackson Browne’s “Rock Me On The Water,” back on my porch in Austin. Doug graciously provided the smooth background groove.
Flea/Bee – Ian plays and Jason sings the song they wrote a few weeks ago.
World War 3 – Katie sings and plays the song she wrote.
Blowin’ in the Wind – Abby sings and plays Bob Dylan’s classic.
Twist N’ Shout – The Guit’rs (Reed, Kyle, Jason) play the Beatles.
But My Soul – The Guit’rs (Reed, Kyle, Jason) play a song written by Kyle and Jason.
Song for Andrew – The Guit’rs (Reed, Kyle, Jason) play a song written by
Kyle and Jason for Andrew for the first time.
The Box – Ellyn Hickey tells the story she wrote about boy who was the prince of Egypt.
Angels We Have Heard On High – Abby sings and Jason plays the xmas classic.
Jingle Bell Rock – Katie sings and plays.
Lord I Lift Your Name On High – Kyle plays and Jason sings a worship song.
Sing-along Medley – Overlookers: all together now!