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When Snow Gets You Down, Write Songs

Below is a link to the words I wrote to a well-known Christmas carol, Silver Bells, in honour of Nov. 27, 2014’s blizzard that brought deep snow and -35°C wind chills. I write these lyrics to keep my sanity during … Continue reading

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When a Writer Catches Wind of Weather in Music

The article How Weather Influenced the Music of the ’60s and Beyond (Songwriting News, SongSmith, Nov. 16, 2016), reblogged on this site, discusses a time “when music was heavily influenced by the weather.” I’ve always been a weather person even … Continue reading

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How Weather Influenced the Music of the ’60s and Beyond

Originally posted on SongSmith:
The 1960s has gone down as one of the most pivotal and revolutionizing decades as far as pop and rock music are concerned. From The Rolling Stones and The Beatles to Bob Dylan and The Supremes,…

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