February 2008

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CIYH Podcast #4 - Final 2008 Folk Alliance Preview

Posted by admin on 18 Feb 2008 | Tagged as: Podcasts

CIYH Podcast #4, Folk Alliance Preview

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Here are a few more of the incredible acts available for house concerts. These acts are also showcasing at the 2008 Folk Alliance Conference, and this will be our last podcast preview leading up to this years event.

In this sampling, we are introducing a few celtic and old-time acts as well as a few more of our great singer-songwriters.

KENNY EDWARDS: Kenny EdwardsWIL MARING: The Turning of a CenturyANNIE AND ROD CAPPS: In This TownTHE GORDONS: Family BibleMOLLY'S REVENGE: Siege Of Delhi

Enjoy!

1. Kenny Edwards - No Tears
2. wilmaring.com - Keeper of the Farm
3. Annie and Rod Capps - The Ring
4. The Gordons - Thank You for Reminding Me
5. Molly’s Revenge - Mary and the Gallant Soldier
6. The Old 78’s - Horse Shoe Bend

Intro/Outro music by Fran Snyder, from the CD “stir.”

FRAN SNYDER: stir

With kind support from D’Addario
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CIYH Podcast #3 - Folk Alliance Preview

Posted by admin on 17 Feb 2008 | Tagged as: Podcasts

CIYH Podcast #3, Folk Alliance Preview

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Welcome to our third podcast! Later this week, concertsinyourhome will be hosting private showcases at the 2008 Folk Alliance Conference in Memphis, TN. We’ve put this podcast together to introduce you to some of the fine artists who will be showcasing with us at the conference.

ANNE MCCUE: RollFREEBO: Before The SeparationJENN FRANKLIN: Errors & AdmissionsHANS YORK: Young AmeliaJOE HAND: PSALMS

Enjoy!

1. Anne McCue - Bright Light of Day
2. Freebo - Before the Separation
3. Jenn Franklin - Innocence to Lose
4. Hans York - Lifeline
5. Joe Hand - Typical Male
6. Tom Pacheco - There Was a Time

Intro/Outro music by Fran Snyder, from the CD “stir.”

TOM PACHECO: There Was a TimeFRAN SNYDER: stir

With kind support from D’Addario
and Airplay Direct

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Bob Sima - Lyrics to “In Your Living Room”

Posted by admin on 13 Feb 2008 | Tagged as: Audio 6-Packs & Artist Reviews

Not much I can do to improve this… except put a link to a great CD that does NOT include this song.

BOB SIMA: Pour It On

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Hey Fran,

Did I ever send you the lyrics to : “IN YOUR LIVING ROOM”, I sing this sometimes to start out a house concert if there a lot of newbie’s there….usually gets a great response, sort of a novelty-type of song…notice the james taylor reference, got that from you my friend!

Enjoy…

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IN YOUR LIVING ROOM

I’ve been singing in these smoky bars
Stuck off in the corner, staring out at the stars
I make 39 dollars after taxes, oh, and a glass of house wine

No one’s really listening
On the TV, there’s too much happening, for them to notice
Hey, I ‘m singing my guts out over here

So that’s how I end up, in your living room
It’s terribly charming and incredibly kind of you, to have me here

You could put James “freakin” Taylor in the corner of that bar
They’d walk right on by, hardly notice him at all
They’d say, that guy’s got no hair, I don’t see him goin’ anywhere

So that’s how I end up, in your living room
It’s terribly charming and incredibly kind of you to have me here

We’re gonna laugh we’re gonna sing
We’re gonna slow it down, but we’ll pick it back up again
We’re gonna clap our hands, maybe shed a little tear, if no one’s watching

I’ve got 30 pairs of cheeks smiling up at me
With your eyes all a glow from the songs that I sing
You’ve got 30 pairs of cheeks, sitting in slightly uncomfortable seats (so
I’ll be brief)

I’m so happy to be here, in your living room
It’s so terribly charming and incredibly kind of you, to have me here

© Bob Sima 2007

Bob Sima
Singer-Songwriter
info@bobsima.com
www.bobsima.com (main)
www.myspace.com/bobsima (listen)
“Good Music For Good People”

How about an live mp3 of this song, Bob??

Bob is one of the artists featured on our free sampler CD here: FREE MUSIC

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