Spencer Bohren's songs reverberates with the feel of the rivers, roadways, as well as bayous of the American South. He has a splendid present for sharing his terrific love for America's wide range of standard individual, blues, scripture, as well as c and w with target markets of any ages.


Spencer Bohren's songs reverberates with the environment of the rivers, roadways, as well as bayous of the American South. He has a spectacular present for sharing his excellent love for America's riches of conventional people, blues, scripture, and also c and w with target markets of every ages.


Spencer Bohren was born upon April 5, 1950, in the wind-swept community of Casper, Wyoming, as well as handed down June 8, 2019, in his taken on house of New Orleans.

He leaves 2 traditions: a fifty-five year occupation as a world-traveling solo artist; and also the household he and also his better half, Marilyn, developed over their forty-two year marital relationship.

In his songs, Spencer accompanied his meaningful vocal singing voice with blues- and also folk-based guitar as well as lap steel over hundreds of real-time efficiencies as well as 20 solo cds.

He is endured by his partner Marilyn, their 4 youngsters Django, Andre, Corinna, and also Tucker, as well as their family members.


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Spencer Bohren: singing, lap steel, baritone lap steel Ray Bonneville: guitar, harmonica André Bohren: drums, piano bass Marc Paradis: cello

You Can not Live Right Here by Ray Bonneville, Stonefly Music/SOCAN


You Can not Live Right Here is currently readily available to download and install and also pay attention.

Complying with a loosened launching efficiency of You Can not Live Right Here at the Frog Fish Pond in Silver Hillside, Alabama, it was clear that the track required to be videotaped, and also rapidly.

Ray Bonneville struck initially, videotaping guitar, harmonica, as well as an overview vocal at Austin's King Electric Workshop in late March. A couple of days later on, Spencer as well as I reached NOLA Recording Studios in New Orleans and also invested the day monitoring lap steel, vocals, piano bass, and also drums prior to generating Marc Paradis to videotape cello.

Lyrically, the tune is discriminatory discussion guided to the cancer cells, however there is additionally a music story that was developed, in which Ray's scratchy harmonica stands for virtually a snakelike cancer cells and also Spencer's lap steel reacts with mindful yet consistent pushback, while the cello's haunting audio stands as a pointer of the severity of the scenario.

While it is not precisely an uplifting tune, it establishes a amazing as well as really hefty ambiance which appropriately stands for both musicians, and also is a real cooperation in between Ray and also Spencer.