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An eclectic blend of artists form my CD collection. Nothing strange, really, just an interesting blend. Here are some of my favorites...

THE JUKEBOX:
Lyrics, too!

COUNTRY

80's ROCK

JAZZ

Lila McCann
(or the official site)
I don't think I've ever heard such a beautiful voice. So pure, yet with just enough country accent in it.

Charlie Daniels
The man best known for Devil Went Down to Georgia makes no bones about who his Lord Jesus is.
His album The Door is a great CDB gospel work! Be sure to check out Charlie's SOAPBOX

George Strait
One of the veteran's of today's country scene, George Strait consistently puts out great country music. He even starred in one of my all-time favorite movies, Pure Country.

Pirates of the Mississippi
A scrappy little group with great harmony. Haven't heard much from them in recent years, but they're probably best known for their hit Feed Jake.

John Michael Montgomery
Another great voice in country music with some solid tunes.

Shenandoah (w/ Marty Raybon)
Marty has most recently been doing some solo gospel work, but they have several great CD's. A bit slower than JMM or Pirates, which is refreshing.

 

.38 Special

Bryan Adams

Pat Benatar

Dire Straits

The Cars (w/ Ric Ocasek)

Honeymoon Suite

Journey (w/ Steve Perry)

Van Halen(with David Lee or Sammy)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

David Benoit and Eric Marienthal
The best jazz concert I've seen was at the Moore Theater in Seattle when these two gentlemen took the stage. Eric is a very energetic musician, and with David's flowing and lively piano it was a wonderful performance as we watched from the front row balcony.

Kenny G

Patrick O'Hearn
Formerly with Private Music, his first album River's Gonna Rise is a great blend of acoustic sounds. His more recent albums have become a bit wilder for my taste, but he has a very unique style.