Huge hit for Aerosmith in 1973 written by Stephen Tyler rearranged here by Scott Brooks for a somewhat jazzier dream.
From the 1960 Grammy Album of the Year by Frank Sinatra. I'm playing it here, but I don't typically play my acoustic mandolin in performances.
Here's Ray Charles' classic hit from 1960. Always a favorite. Too bad you can't see the small child, just offscreen, dancin' in the street. He was pretty cute.
A Bob Dylan song from The Big Lebowsky sound track (1990). Originally relased on the New Morning album in 1970.
A 1934 song by Irving Mills who's credited with discovering Duke Ellington and collaborated with Duke on many of his popular songs.
An original song performed at a private party at the Old Horseshoe Inn in Johnstown, Ohio.
I always carry an extra mic to private parties in hopes that a guest will want to sing along. It's fun for everyone when this happens as it was when these two beautiful sisters joined in.