Have been recording and mixing a bunch of cover songs so "the band" can practice by themselves. my latest is a Conway Twitty hit: It's Only Make Believe". Of course I added some Beatles/Everly Brothers harmonies to make it my own.
Also here is a video of some guy saying my name over and over.
Check out my latest two songs fresh out of the studio. Both will be on my upcoming CD expected to be released late fall 2013.
“Rosie, Rosie Rosie” features Johnny Neel, formally of the Allman Brothers on Hammond B-3 along with three other Wilmington DE natives: Rich, Nick and Al.
Coochie Coo is just a fun song.
So a few weeks ago I heard a lady playing a dulcimer at a craft fair. I liked the sound. That night on Craig’s list and there was a dulcimer for sale right down the street from me. God wanted me to have a dulcimer! So I bought it! Wrote my first song with it. “India Love”. There ya go!
Uploaded to YouTube on Aug 13, 2011
Tragic events hit this band of baby boomers, causing the area's up and coming original band to end it's short run. Dark lighting fits their mood that night in the small room where they always practiced for their concerts. The next day drummer John Marnie moved from Jersey to Florida after hearing the news of the band's founder, John Daubert, (piano) having to end the band from having chronic Tinnitus and Hyperacousis. Iggy Taylor, (singer/songwriter for this song on the other keys),was dealing with his wife's brain aneurysm. Dennis Rooney (guitar), was dealing with his wife's terminal cancer, passing away a week later. Bruce "Doc" Bandford, (bass) was suffering from chronic pain requiring a hip replacement. It was a great time for all of us and the video captures our love for music and playing.
"Too Little Time" wishes to thank all the people that came out and helped us enjoy those times! We hope you enjoyed them as well. Thank You!
Done wrote and recorded three songs in two months.
My wife, Linda, suffered an aneurism September 7, 2009. After 2 ½ years in a nursing/rehab facility she will be finally coming home to live. We are looking at a target date of 3/1/12. This song, I Do, is my promise to her. So much has changed in the past two years, yet I am optimistic that everything happens for a reason. My thanks to Johnny Daubert and Mike Caro of Sub Studios, Staten Island NY, for all their help and hard work in the production of this song. They're the best! And of course my thanks to all our friends and family who are our life.
Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4chvZkw0f4 Song Only: http://ats.badbetsy.com/music-72.html
Iggy's song My Turn This Time has been chosen to be included on the latest CD, Hits They Missed. Executive producer Luanne Hunt and producers Sean Gasaway and John Bass chose ten inspirational songs recently submitted to a popular TV talent show. A portion of the proceeds from the CD will benefit The Oakland School for the Arts in Oakland, CA.
For more information or to purchase the CD please visit: http://www.melodiesthatmatter.com
Just in time for summer. Check out Kathy and my latest single A Day at the Beach Mark Rogers of WSTW was kind enough to give it some airplay last week. Also check out a new updated version of Colored Glass and Tears featuring Delaware's own Mario Rocco on vocals. It'll make ya cry.