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    Fretsman Ronny Stecher's Avatar
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    Default Shawn Colvin w/Larry & Teresa 11/6/17 Wildflowers

    I meant to post this a couple months back. I got an email that someone posted a comment on one of the videos and wha la. I started to post just Wildflowers but dug a full thread from an old City Winery, NYC post I shared.

    I'm a big fan of Larry Campbell and his multi instrumental skill set. I became familiar with him via Levon's Band and now catch him doing his thing with his wife Teresa and others. He opened and was also lead guitar/mandolin for Shawn Colvin's band. Shawn is a great talent in her own right.

    I 1st caught her in '92 at the MSG Bob Dylan tribute when she played a tune with Mary Chapin Carpenter and Rosanne Cash (who's husband John Leventhal also came out for the last few songs of the night playing on his early/new collaborations with Shawn).

    The Colvin portion of the show focused on her award winning 20th anniversary of her disc A Few Small Repairs playing the whole CD in it's entirety after a version of Tom Petty's Wildflowers and closing with a John Leventhal song grouping he and Shawn had worked with. Shawn is a classy and beautiful artist. It was a nice show to witness. Here's some info and videos. Check them out.

    Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams official site

    Shawn Colvin official site

    John Leventhal info sites

    Larry & Teresa

    Ain't Gonna Be A Good Night

    You've Got To Righten That Wrong

    Keep Your Lamp Trimmed And Burning

    Shawn Colvin


    Sunny Came Home

    Suicide Alley

    Wichita Skyline

    Shawn & John

    What You Gonna Do ((?) New)

    These Four Walls

    Steady On

    Tenderness On The Block

    Diamond In The Rough
    Last edited by Ronny Stecher; Mar-19-2018 at 6:36pm. Reason: info upgrade
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    Default Re: Shawn Colvin w/Larry & Teresa 11/6/17 Wildflowers

    Quote Originally Posted by Ronny Stecher View Post
    Where's the mando?
    An iconic mandolin part in popular music. Not quite as well known as Maggie May, Losing My Religion, or The Battle of Evermore, but it is a Grammy Award winning song after all. Can't say I care much for the distorted guitar part (and this coming from someone who has played electric guitar for 40 years).

    Thanks for the videos, would have been great to see that show, I love that album.

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