Easton’s textured, one-of-a-kind LPs run a low risk of being lost or tossed aside like so much jewel-cased rubbish, which-in addition to a rejuvenated love for painting-is why he made them in the first place.
July/August 2009 Lyric Spotlight Q&A: Brandon Church
Q & A with Brandon Church July/August 2009 Amateur Lyric Contest Winner “When the Levee Breaks” Ghosts and sacred ground…”When The Levee Breaks” starts out very mysteriously. Did you intend the song to be a mystery? I don’t think so. I think it speaks directly from the people it was written about, to the […]
The older one gets, the more one looks back at those years now gone. American Songwriter’s reached the ripe age of 25 and the best years are ahead. But as happy as turning 25 makes us, we decided to look back at all the songs we’ve found and loved since 1984, the year the magazine started . . .