Now and Then LIVE - Cliff Westfall INTERVIEW; Uncle Walt's Band
Original air date September 24, 2022 | Time 59:00
Cliff Westfall talks about his songwriting and inspiration. Born and raised in Kentucky, his music brings authentic country roots to a modern rock band. He's got a lively stage presence and his band brings his songs home. He's also fantastic as a solo performer with his humor and singing. He's working on some new songs for an upcoming release.
Uncle Walt's Band recorded and performed in the 1970's. Originally from Spartanburg SC they moved to Austin TX and became known for their unbelievable three part harmonies and unforgettable songs. The band was founded by Walter Hyatt and Champ Hood with David Ball joining them on stand up bass. All three of these men are gifted songwriters and they would often perform acoustically. The whole place would get quiet to hear their performances. David Ball went on to a hugely successful solo career in country western. Walter Hyatt also recorded as a solo performer but met an unfortunate death in a plane crash in 1996. Champ Hood became one of the most sought after guitarists in Austin, performing on numerous recordings and concerts. His son Warren continues his father's legacy in Austin after losing Champ to cancer.
I was good friends with Uncle Walt's Band and never missed a chance to hear them live in Ft Worth and Austin TX.
August 2022 GIGS!!
- Saturday August 13 – Creative Compound, Honesdale PA “WOMEN IN THE ARTS” 6:30 – 9:30pm
- Sunday August 14 – Cabernet Frank’s, Parksville NY “SKY HIGH Release Party” 7:00 – 9:00pm
- Friday August 19 – Creative Compound, Honesdale PA “SKY HIGH Release Party”, with Jillian Nogin 6:30 – 9:30pm
- Friday August 26 – Tango Cafe, Hurleyville NY “Cloud Cover – The Music of Kathy Geary and the Songs of Joni Mitchell” 6:30 – 8:30pm
Now and Then AT HOME - Happy New Year's! Mike Brown, BTS, Beatles, Daniel Johnston, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Eilish, Coldplay, Sting, Bill Withers
Original air date DEcember 31, 2022 | Time 58:00
Mike Brown "Yet to Come"
BTS "Yet to Come" from PROOF 2022
BTS "Life Goes On" from BE 2020
Beatles "Getting Better" from Sgt Peppers 1968
Beatles "Free as a Bird"
John Lennon "Grown Old Along with Me" from Milk and Honey 1981
Daniel Johnston "True Love Will Find You in the End" from 1990
Ella Fitzgerald "What are You Doing New Year's Eve" 1960
Billie Eilish "Happier Than Ever" 2021
Coldplay Live "Fix You" with Billie Eilish and Finneas
Sting "If It's Love" from The Bridge 2021
Bill Withers "Lovely Day" 1977
Stevie Wonder "Positivity" from Time to Love 2005
Now and Then AT HOME - Goodbye to Jeffersonville Studios!! - Judy Collins, Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Leon Russell, Paul Simon
Original air date June 18, 2022 | Time 58:00
It's my LAST broadcast coming from the little house in Jeffersonville with the upstairs Master Control like being in my parents home, in my room, playing music. I have great affection for this place as we get ready to move to our new home in Liberty NY. Today's program features the musicians from my very first broadcasts in January 2010. Since that time I've done 285 shows!!!
Judy Collins - Who Knows Where the Time Goes - 1968
Joni Mitchell - That Song About the Midway - 1969
Leonard Cohen - Suzanne - 1967
Bob Dylan - Cross the Rubicon from Rough and Rowdy Ways - 2020
Leon Russell - Beware of Darkness (Harrison) - 1971
Paul Simon - So Beautiful or So What - 2011
Cat Stevens - Morning Has Broken
Richie Havens - Hurricane Waters, Fates - 2008
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