Bring Your Song #47 — February 1, 2016

Realgrey Records
Feb 21, 2016 · 3 min read

A winter wind. A brick street, full of potholes. An old carriage house, microphones and cables strung upon the walls where saddles used to sit. A circle of writers and creatives and listeners. One by one, we pour out the words we have been wrestling with. It is our 47th time together. For 47 sessions we have shared and sang. For 47 sessions we have listened and clapped and found fellowship at the table of art and music. We sing. We strum. We bring our song.

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Josh Compton

Josh Compton:

47–01 The Train

47–02 The Painter


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Callum Amacher

Callum Amacher

47–03 Untitled

47–04 Untitled


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Katie Grigg

Katie Grigg

47–05 Healing on the Wall

47–06 23rd Psalm


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Lila Farris

Lila Farris

47–07 Forget me

47–08 Only a human


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Kenny Black

Kenny Black

47–09 Burned out

47–10 Good luck Eloise


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John Yany

John Yany

47–11 Because he lives

47–12 Love one another


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Robert Austin

Robert Austin

Robert shares a bit of his story

47–13 Old ragtime kinda thing

47–14 Rock-a-billy


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Kyler Morrison

Kyler Morrison

47–15 Seventeen

47–16 Rocky road ice-cream


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Michael Giacomoni

Michael Giacomoni II

47–17 1942


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Anya rose Antonavich

Anya Rose Antonavich

47–18 You were a ghost

47–19 The nature of goodbye


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Zach Griffin

Zach Griffin

47–20 I sleep when I’m tired

47–21 Just Stay

47–22 Fib indy bands

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