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Webb Wilder Singer-Songerwriter-SUP Radio

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30A Songwriters Festival 2014

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Singer-Songwriter Webb WilderJoining me in the studio today is Webb Wilder.  He is preforming for the 2014 30A Songwriters Festival here along the beautiful beaches of South Walton Florida.

You will enjoy this unedited conversation and music from this amazing accomplished songwriter.  Webb recently was inducted into the Mississippi Musicians Hall of fame.  We talk about his songwriting, his southern roots and his “credo for life”. I love this guy!

Check out his website for more information www.webbwilder.com

Bryan Kennedy Singer-Songwriter Plus A Whole Lot More-SUP Radio

Claire Bannerman and artist Joan VienotOur Coastal Art Scene with Claire Bannerman

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Hello I’m Claire Bannerman. Joining me in the studio today is Singer/songwriter, entertainer, writer, author, playwright, musician Bryan Kennedy. Bryan was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, but grew up in Tennessee in the Nashville area beginning his musical quest as a song plugger for his father, later for Ricky Skaggs, and The Statler Brothers.  His mom Linda Kennedy sang and recorded records as a teenager and his two brothers Gordon and Shelby Kennedy have written #1 hits for several Nashville recording artists most notably Gordon wrote “Change the world” for Eric Clapton, and Shelby wrote “Survivor” for Reba.

Bryan Kennedy has a fresh sense of humor and the ability to tug on your heartstrings, and plays live in the studio a song about the Gulf of Mexico called “The Edge“.  Bryan has opened for Garth Brooks with good friend, Dan Roberts and has written three #1 radio hits for him; “Good Ride Cowboy”, “The Beaches of Cheyenne,” and “American Honky Tonk Bar Association“. Bryan’s songs appear on several recording artists CD’s.

Bryan KennedyBryan has written two animated/cartoon scripts, two children’s books, and a mystery/suspense novel. Bryan Kennedy has entertained us along the beaches of South Walton here in the panhandle of Florida at local popular venues such as Hibiscus Cafe, Botano, 30A Songwriters’Festival, the Seaside REP and more.   He loves campfires and sitting on the beach and has written a popular play called Toe Roasters. Bryan takes this show out with a powerful story  and song he wrote about his days as a football player for Ol’ Miss back in the early 1980s. The Song is called “The Land Of Cotton” off his latest
CD called Dis-Connected.
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