Fathers’ Day Special - Episode #319

June 19th, 2015
Fathers’ Day Special - Episode #319

We are celebrating Dads with some specially themed gourmet music by Dave Barnes, JJ Heller, plus interview clips by Christopher Williams and Ben Shive.

Songs Played in This Episode (13)
  • On And On Best Of Dreams
    on On And On
    by Battle Victorious
  • Julie Lee & The Baby-Daddies Older Sister
    on Julie Lee & The Baby-Daddies
    by Julie Lee
  • The City Makes The Man Beloved
    on The City Makes The Man
    by Christopher Williams
  • Balla Dear Joyful Noise
    on Balla Dear
    by Balla Dear
  • Authenticity Soldier
    on Authenticity
    by Madison Cunningham
  • Golden Days Good
    on Golden Days
    by Dave Barnes
  • Slugs & Bugs & Lullabies Beautiful Girl
    on Slugs & Bugs & Lullabies
    by Randall Goodgame
  • I Dream Of You Big World Baby
    on I Dream Of You
    by JJ Heller
  • The Cymbal Crashing Clouds Fire Pit
    on The Cymbal Crashing Clouds
    by Ben Shive
  • Pen To Paper Little Log House
    on Pen To Paper
    by Jessi McNeal
  • No Turning Back When I Was Young
    on No Turning Back
    by Brandon Heath
  • Over Land and Sea A Traveller’s Anthem
    on Over Land and Sea
    by Lauren Mann & Fairly Odd Folk
  • Way Back Home Olivia
    on Way Back Home
    by Phil Keaggy

Producer Notes:

Sometimes when thinking about a musical ode to dads, folks have a hard time thinking beyond "Butterfly Kisses" or some other tear-jerker.  But we wanted to add our "gourmet music" voice into the celebration.  Besides great music from Brandon Heath, Julie Lee, Balla Dear, and JJ Heller (among others), we also hear about personal reflections on the value of fatherhood from singer-songwriters Christopher Williams and Ben Shive.  Hope this adds a nice soundtrack to your holiday weekend!  (Dave)

Comments (1)

great episode. Michael Card’s Underneath the Door is an option for next year. A sad song for Father’s Day, but gourmet. Also: Pierce Pettis’ Absalom

besure 03:34 PM Fri, Jun 19, 2015

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