Now what to submit? Story about House Concerts? Connections in Songwriting? Or just JUST my music.
Lucky Dog is a charismatic music project with a passion for Americana. The project was created by David Schipper, a songwriter with a life-long fascination for quality music and authentic songwriting.
Lucky Dog is based out of La Crosse, WI, and they are all about filling local stages with great vibes and energetic grooves! Their most recent single (also accompanied by a matching music video) is really all about bridging the gaps between Americana, Gypsy Soul, and more… Read more CLICK HERE
Have you ever visited a house concert yet? Do you love the intimacy, the quirky and loving conversation that happens between songs? We’ve been running a series in Holmen WI for over 10 years, and last year we had an awesome concert that really recorded nicely, and since they were all original songs, Humbird (Siri Undlin) and Luke Callen gave me permission to post. And post I did in #Bandcamp with ALL the banter. Sit back and enjoy it with stream or buy it. All the proceeds go to the artists.
I had a live version of this song recorded with Sue and Lynn as back up singers during a Rose River gig for my first cd but I really wanted to share this country rocker party song after Wayne (drums) and Tim (electric guitar) did an incredible job to bring it to life. Definitely is the most electric song on Bones.
She’s almost a neighbor of mine, just 2.5 hours away..
I think it’s fair to say, without the risk of sounding sexist, that the album currently playing on my stereo is one written by a female and largely intended for a female audience. It’s true that within most arenas of creativity, be it books, films, television shows or music that if you can capture the female audience, you’ve got a hit. We all remember the fuss surrounding the ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ books, and ‘The Greatest Showman’, a film released quite recently, panned by critics but audiences loved it.
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Take a little walk right back in time
Feel the wind cool the warm sunshine
Grab the hand of the one you love
Feel the love lookin from above
Just a branch in the family tree
They’re just folk like you & me
Sim’lar eyes, ears, hands & weight
We’re all linked to a common faith
Promenade to a dosey do
Family history we ought to know
Cowboy boots and petticoats
Dancin to the old timey notes
In a farm house out of town
Friends all meet & gather round
Once a year in mid-July
They all travel far & wide
Sing & dance and have some fun
Exactly why they always come
They all leave with memories
Branches of a family tree
© Rose Riversongs 2005 David Schipper
Take a little walk back in time with this great country bluegrass tune about family reunions. We’re all branches in some family tree and when we look around we see similar eyes, ears, hands and weight. Enjoy the fiddle from the incredible Jessie McDonald from the Pigtown Fling Stringband, and harmonies from the Lucky Dog band. If you would like to buy the song or just read more about us go to https://luckydog.band/ Hope you enjoy this trip back to July no matter when you take a chance to watch it. Barn photo by Madison Lysacker and Jessie’s photo by Greg Tooke