Album: Waiting For My Train

Dan writes:

“Blues is about dealing with life’s ups and downs, mostly downs. This means anger, hurt, sadness, longing, coping, and hard luck, interrupted occasionally by sex, booze, and dancing your ass off. Musically, these songs are pretty simple but they have a lot of emotion. Some are upbeat and happy, others are slow and brooding. There’s swamp blues, funky blues, country blues, rockabilly, and even some touches of Jimi Hendrix-inspired weirdness on Dust.

I wrote and recorded all these songs over the past 9 months. This includes all vocals, guitars, bass, harmonica, and some keyboard and percussion parts)

Many thanks to my Outer Half bandmates, Doug Marks and Richard Huebner for their great contributions to the album. Doug plays drums on all the songs except Can Kickin’ Blues. Richard plays organ on Waiting for My Train, synth tracks on Witching Hour, and piano on Come Back Home to Me, Knockin’ On Your Door, and Dance Your Blues Away. “

All are copyrighted. Dan is a member of BMI.

Buckeye Stew (featuring Doug Marks on drums)

Trouble (featuring Doug Marks on drums)

Witching Hour (featuring Doug Marks on drums & Richard Huebner on keyboards)

Dust (featuring Doug Marks on drums)

Come Back Home to Me (featuring Doug Marks on drums & Richard Huebner on keyboards)

Funky Road (featuring Doug Marks on drums)

Knockin’ On Your Door (featuring Doug Marks on drums & Richard Huebner on keyboards)

Waiting For My Train (featuring Doug Marks on drums & Richard Huebner on keyboards)

Mercy Me (featuring Doug Marks on drums)

Dance Your Blues Away (featuring Doug Marks on drums & Richard Huebner on keyboards)

Can Kickin’ Blues