My 2nd EP, "Songs from the Big Parade" is a quartet of songs that speak to how quickly life can change. Do not take the journey for granted.
Kevin Suhr, Lead Vocals - Guitars, Mike Waldron & Alice Bateman - Alice C. Bateman, Backing Vocals - Production, Don Kerce
My mother decided that my sister and I should be in the annual celebration's parade to help promote the families new business.
Kewanee, Illinois, 1975; It was the annual Pork Festival and my father had just opened a small Real Estate company in town.
Even a beagle "nose" to buy or sell their
Heritage Real Estate!"
I am honored to work with my good friend and mentor, Alice C. Bateman. One More New Year is about the fresh chance that each new year brings us; an opportunity to truly live and love as we all should. Coming into a new season, it's time to make change.
“My Time in the Sand” is based on the Jimmy Buffet album, “A White Sport Coat and a Pink Crustacean“. My father brought this album home in the fall of 1973. It was such a different direction than the usual albums my parents listened to. It opened my sister and I up to a whole new world of music. This song is dedicated to Paul Pozorski; one of the last true troubadours.
Once again, I had the opportunity to work with my friend and mentor, Alice C. Bateman on our new song, "Walk With Me"
This song is about our parents and their their journeys together.
The summer of 1983; I was going to be a senior in high school and was able to participate in the 4-H Citizenship Program held in Washington DC.
I was so full of optimism. I knew public service was what I wanted to do for a living. After College, I went to work for the Governors Office of Economic Development in South Dakota. I have had a great career that includes positions in government, real estate, education and manual labor.
Now days, not so much. "The Experiment" ppp deals with my dissatisfaction in our leaders; both Republicans and Democrats.