Ghost on the Car Radio - out June 23, 2017. Pre-sales start on June 1. No Slaid bio (yet).
I see Lydia does your website. And you say you weren't very good at teaching songwriting, but I hope you'd reconsider. I'm sure there is much you could throw at us who struggle to write and get better at it. Anyway, love your writing. Hope to see you at one of Lydia's songwriting seminars sometime soon.
Indeed, in another life Lydia built my site. Glad to hear she's moved on to songwriting seminars. Thanks.
Have played there a few times, but it's been a while. Tried to come back last year but it didn't work out. Will keep trying.
I am relatively new to your music, but am blown away by what I have heard. Your advice on songwriting in interviews has been helpful to me as well. Have songwriter workshops ever been something you have done or considered doing while touring?
So glad to hear that. I did a workshop once. Wasn't very good at it.
Maybe early '18. Stay tuned.
don't think this is the closest you'll ever get to the cover of rolling stone! ! !
do love that song!
wish you'd explore the west!
agree that you'd pack the house in billings montana AND wyoming and colorado where i live!
the western mountain states would LOVE you and karen
please put us on next years tour! ! ! Billings and Missoula and Bozeman montana
And sheridan and Laramie Wyoming and Durango and montrose and salida and grand junction Colorado . . Western Colorado wants YOU!!!!
don't forget us and thanks for your MUSIC!
Aw, thanks Diane. That's a sweet invitation. Will try to make some of those towns in '18.
Slaid, I don't know if you remember be, Michelle Dunlop and I went on a river trip with you. I am here on Mother's Day thinking of uncle Ted and enjoying your music and expert yodeling, thanks fo sharing your gift. I think of Mac when I hear your gift and my son is a fan too, God bless and thanks, Susan k, the memories touch my heart.
Thanks Susan. We sure do miss Machelle and Mac. Miss doing those river trips, too. -Slaid
When you were at the Turning Point in Piermont Wednesday night May 10th, you played a song that referred to getting a paycheck. What is the name of that song, and is it on one of your albums that I can purchase. Liked it a lot.
Thanks. "Take Home Pay" is on the new CD: Ghost on the Car Radio, available worldwide June 23!
Slaid and Karen...just wanted to thank you both for a great.experience last night at the Me and Thee in Marblehead. Getting to hear Slaid sing Texas Love Song live was worth the price of admission alone. And thank you to Slaid for introducing me to Don Walser's music...I just listened to Rolling Stone from Texas on YouTube, and can't wait to explore his catalog. Still looking for a cassette player to check out The Promise. Karen, it was a pleasure to talk with you after the show. (Sorry about the playlist).
Glad you've found ol' Don Walser, one of my all time favorite people. Good luck with the cassette. Take care.
We loved, loved, loved your show in Gardiner last night! David wanted to suggest a song idea, because he has been trying to think of who could write a song about the sinking of El Faro that would stand up to the likes of Gordon Lightfoot's wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, or Jimmy Dean's song of Big John. After listening to you do Breakfast in Hell, he thinks you are the man.
Thanks for the great show; the last song was a great way to close a perfect night.
Aimee and David
Well, thanks so much. We enjoyed ourselves in Gardiner as well. I've always wanted to have a good nautical song in my quiver. If you have any personal info on the El Faro tragedy you'd like to share let me know. Slaid