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In recognition of the thousands of people who are helping others in need; they need to sit back and smile because, That’s worth Smiling about.!
This original song is an attempt to encourage everyone to work together to beat the virus down. It’s the only way to accomplish this. It also gives thanks to all those working to keep us alive – “Lets Work Together”!
So many people feel alone and afraid, especially remaining isolated and having to honour the distancing from family and friends – however, this original song reminds you that ‘you’re not alone’ and our sacrifices will bring a brighter future for us all. It also recognises the inexcusable disregard for the safety and well being of others by some of the population, and calls for action to support everyone in need..
From left to right on video – Kevin Bell (lead guitar) – Myself on rhythm guitar & vocals – Riley Kelly (my grandson) on fugel horne & far right – Darwin Bruce (base guitar).
From left to right on the video, Kevin Bell on lead guitar David Rosenfeld on mandolin,
Myself on rhythm guitar and vocals And Darwin Bruce on bass guitar.
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Tribute to Robbie
These three songs were recorded during a tribute gig held for Robbie Bellemore – AKA The Blues Butcher – on May 16, 2014 recorded at the Black Swan located at 154 Danforth Ave. in Toronto’s east end.
These recordings have been included on my website as a testimonial in memory of Robbie Bellemore who’s presence is sadly missed but, long remembered.
Robbie was a well known musician in Toronto who played a mean blues harp. He played with many musicians over the years and my Tribute song “I SURE DO WISH HIM WELL” represents my memories of Robbie as an excellent musician with a big sense of humour, a good friend.
The second song “LOVIN’ YOU BLUES” was composed well before Robbie’s death however; I never had the opportunity of playing it with his accompaniment. This is Kind of ironic as I did play with him on several occasions over the years and it was Robbie who accompanied me at my first public performance back in March of 2003.
The third song ”i AIN’T NEVER GIVIN’ IN” also a blues song deals with the darker side of life but, expresses the strong resolve of never giving in despite those circumstances.