No ?. Just wanted say I was researching a tune you had written and came across the song about some one who dies at 29. It struck home as my husband died in Beirut Lebanon at age 29, in 1983. It meant something to me even though the song is about something a little different. I am still bowled over that he did die at 29 and it was such a waste. Then I listened to the song for the Vets and I guess you would say I am now a fan. I am also a Vet. I will buy some of your music when I have some room on my iPod. I am in the process of editing now. I know that at times I am told how something I did effected someone in a nice way. Wanted to do the same for you. Thanks.
Hey Linda. There sure is plenty of sadness for song material out there. Thanks for letting me know that we connected through song. - SC
Hi I am big fan! Any plans to come to Canada, ideally Ottawa? Also how did you come up with Breakfast in Hell given its Ontaro setting?Slaid Cleaves responded on 04/25/2015 Next question
Hi, My name is Clay. Im a fellow Mainer. Ive been a big fan for a long time. My friend gave me a copy of Wishbone years ago and Ive been a fan ever since. Im a songwriter, and have always wondered if my songs were actually any good. I write country, blues and folk/rock type stuff. My question for you is, is there a safe way to find an ear for these songs? Can you recommend anyone, or any place I should start? This is my biggest passion and Im just looking for a little direction. Thank you for all the great music youve put out there!!Slaid Cleaves responded on 04/27/2015