- Early Morning Rain CD
- Live In New York Download (Available immediately)
- Ticket to Steve Forbert's Taped Live Concert!
WHEN: Sept 8 @ 7 PM CT / 8 PM ET
WHAT: Filmed in Highlands NJ at The Waterwitch Cafe
HOW TO WATCH: Right here on Shopify/Blue Rose Music's store. Head back to the store and login to see the show.
Someday Soon (Ian Tyson)
Let’s Get High
Early Morning Rain (Gordon Lightfoot)
Any Old Time (Jimmie Rodgers)
Goin’ Down to Laurel
Supersonic Rocket Ship (Ray Davies)
What Kinda Guy?
Good Planets Are Hard to Find
Purchasers of the tickets will be able to login and access the stream on SEPT 8th. Your account is your ticket. If you are purchasing multiple tickets from the same account, please be sure to send additional emails to email@example.com for additional accounts to be created to watch!
And to our friends in the EU - you may save on shipping if you purchase the CD here:
Early Morning Rain: 1. Early Morning Rain 2. Box of Rain 3. Your Song 4. Supersonic Rocket Ship 5. Withered and Died 6. Someday Soon 7. Pick Me Up On Your Way Down 8. Suzanne 9. Frankie and Johnny 10. Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues 11. Dignity
Live In New York (Download): 1. Thinkin' 2. The American In Me 3. Real Live Love 4. In the Jailhouse Now #2 5. Lonesome Cowboy Bill's Song 6. The Sweet Love That You Give 7. Oh, Yesterday 8. Carolina Blue Sky Blues 9. The Magic Tree 10. Let's Get High 11. Rollin' Home To Someone You Love 12. I'm In Love With You 13. The Oil Song 14. Wreck of the Old '97 15. What Kinda Guy? 16. That'd Be Alright 17. Steve Forbert's Midsummer Night's Toast 18. Romeo's Tune
Photo credit Sheri Halene
S. Forbert—vocal, guitar, harmonica
George Naha—lead guitar
Todd Lanka— upright bass Edited, mixed and mastered by Kenneth McGee
Recorded by Pete Hedeman and John Fig at My Father’s Place, March 7, 2020 in Roslyn, NY
CDs of my new “covers” album are currently being manufactured! We’ve had the front cover artwork posted for a while and the first single, “Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues” was released Friday April 3rd.
That night (March 7) we weren’t entirely sure everyone would actually come out to the show. This was right on the cusp of things—a coronavirus outbreak in nearby New Rochelle had everyone starting to feel nervous. By the next weekend, concerts all over the east coast were being canceled or postponed.