Joe Tashie

Joe Tashie

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Folk - Rock | Waxhaw, North Carolina, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,681   
Member Since: 2001
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty

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ArchLord II posted over 30 days ago to Joe Tashie

hi there :)
we have a great song here now...
and, hey...
there's TWO of us now...!!!

anyway, we hope you enjoy our all-original music
which we created
and which we sell
which we are allowed to do
until a lawyer stops us
until then, we hide the cash
we dont give receipts, we dont keep books.
we can say we only sold three copies.

then, we say "we're sorry, judge, really"
then, we smile :)
then, we tell the judge that we'll pay damages of...

so, go have a quick listen, you'll enjoy it..!!

Joe Tashie posted over 30 days ago

very cool . I shall
I appreciate the note and I could tell that songwriting , singing and playing chops are for real

Chet Nichols posted over 30 days ago

Hi Joe, Thanks for your review of my tune, "(Spinning On The) Time Loop" recorded "live" at a solo show I did at the famed Kansas City Rock Hall, Cowtown Ballroom. I was opening for The Kansas City Philharmonic which was the first time a philharmonic orchestra was to perform in a Rock venue.

The song is the title tune to my first album, "Time Loop". The album version is available at my Broadjam site (since you did express interest in hearing it): . It features Nicky Hopkins on piano (The Rolling Stones), Pete Sears on bass (The New Riders Of The Purple Sage) and Dave Garabaldi on drums (Tower Of Power). I sang the lead and played guitar.

Oh, yeah, this song won "The Best Classic Rock Song" contests at Broadjam last year.

Stop and check out my work....16 CDs spanning over 40 years of playing.


Chet Nichols

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