S. R. Dugan

S. R. Dugan

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Folk - Americana | Twin Cities, Minnesota, United States
Total Song Plays: 84   
Member Since: 2015
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Neil Young, James Taylor

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Original Americana Folk-N-Roll from the Heartland. A blend of Country, Folk, Bluegrass, Gospel & Blues.

"A magical musical adventure full of meaningful lyrics... very well written and very well vocalized... Lots and lots of empathy... highly recommended... meaningful dialog... a delight... very well composed..." - Bob Everhart, Country Music News International

A rising Mid-Western Singer-Songwriter born and raised in the Midwest, S. R. Dugan has recently returned to his roots both geographically - to Minnesota - and musically - to the acoustic music genres of folk, bluegrass and gospel in his proprietary blend he calls Americana Folk-n-Roll.


Latest News

The album, "Memorial Lane" won the 2015 USA Rural Roots Music Commission National 'Contemporary Gospel Album of the Year'. S. R. Dugan's third independent studio album, "Sojourner" - a rootsy acoustic exploration of significance and solace, released in 2016 showcases Dugan's original Americana Folk-N-Roll with his roots in folk, bluegrass and gospel.


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Chet Nichols posted over 30 days ago to S. R. Dugan


Hey SR,

Thanks for the excellent review of the solo version of my song ..."Lady, Oh, Lady"! Very complete and thoughtful. There IS a studio version that actually addresses some of your " wish list". Check it out at my site. It is the non-solo version...

Best

Chet Nichols


   
 
Kate Carpenter posted over 30 days ago


Hello SR. Never got a review from you before, so nice to meetcha on BJ. Thanks for reviewing my vintage song, Apart from Me. Yep, it was a devotional piece, and makes a good special music number in church or at retreats. People easily sing along, that's why I like it. Anyway, your comments on the recording were insightful and I appreciate your input! Mrs Kate PS Hope I get to review a tune of yours soon, and WELCOME TO BROADJAM!


Marv Conan - Songwriter posted over 30 days ago


Hi S.R. - Thanks for the thoughtful review of "Jagged Flames". You were right on the money - it is a true story with a bit of artistic license thrown in to make a song. The fellow in the story was a client of a friend of mine at a social service agency. The guy went out one morning for about ½ hour, leaving his young daughter alone in the house. When he came back the house was on fire and his daughter couldn't be rescued. He became semi-psychotic and spent the next several years wandering around the country, getting by doing day labor whenever he could find work. As my friend was working with him, he began getting it together, and when he had accumulated a bit of money said that he wanted to buy a violin. My friend asked him about this, and it turns out he had been a child prodigy and had been on national TV in his country of origin. I thought it was an absolutely incredible story and I just had to write a song about it. Marv


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