Tag Archives: Sister HAzel
This is a recycled post from May of 2012. Blue To A Blind Man A beautiful song for a dreary, Saturday morning. Thanks, Ken. You are a gifted story teller and have been a favorite of mine since 1996.
My recent journey to visit my parents in New Jersey has come to it’s conclusion and I borrow the title from Sister Hazel’s Second Album. (Hard to believe that receord is twenty years old!) I will share several stories … Continue reading
The second installment of my favorite music. “Just one man’s opinion, but a good man’s at that”. (Any “Mounties” remember who said that?) Tonight I was was supposed to be practicing three new songs for an event we are playing … Continue reading
I prepared a precurser list two years ago…My top Twenty. Then and now are pretty consistant when you factor in the new categories and how musical tastes can develope over time.. I also didn’t realize how long it would take to … Continue reading
I kept finding myself singing the opening line to this song today. I thought it would be nice to share. Looking back, it was over four years ago that I mentioned it here: 90.572 years. The guys, Ken Block, aka … Continue reading
Tonight I was thumbing through some music and remembered it has been awhile since I listened to any Sister Hazel. I have always liked their sound and it seems that they are a great group of guys, still having fun. … Continue reading
It does not get much prettier than this. The boys and I covered this for awhile. No longer in our current set list, it still is one of my favorite Sister Hazel tunes. (We are playing “Happy” these days) From … Continue reading
From the world famous, The Presurfer Blog Why do humans Cry? And if you are going to cry, you might as well cry to a Sister Hazel song….
Sounds like a plan to me…… That is a great line…..”Weightless Worries Fall Away”. Master’s Week always reminds me of Sister Hazel….I’ll explain by Monday After The Masters…..stay tuned. “Effortlessly” I won’t be so hard on me today I start … Continue reading
A story about love, life and moving on…courtesy of Sister Hazel Yea, they are getting older, but so is everyone else. This is truly an underrated band and Kenny Block’s lyrics are beautiful poetry.
Hootie & The Blowfish got their start as a bar band at the University of South Carolina in the mid- 1980’s. I have friends who proudly tell of seeing them play at birthday parties in people’s back yards and in … Continue reading
The previous post, God Save The Queen, reminded me of a Sister Hazel song, which reminds me of my queen, my wife.
Alicia and I went to visit a couple of friends this afternoon and while on the way, shuffled to this song. It is from Ken Block’s solo album entitled Drift. Ken is also the front man for the band, Sister … Continue reading
More music…more Sister Hazel….I guess this is Music Monday? Tasting colors and I’m seeing sounds… Lyrics: Everything changes in the face of the moon Nighttime’s here and you’re in full bloom When you move me My Luna girl My feet … Continue reading
Another fun song, this time courtesy of our friends from Gainsville, Florida, Sister Hazel. “Just one thing….and you’re my queen…..and it’s a beautiful thing”. If you can, use headphones/earbuds for these songs…you will better hear the intricacies….