Song Lyrics Now Available Song Lyrics now available HERE from the NEW Album Baby Let's Take the Long Way Home
CHICAGO (May 23, 2017) -- Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band will join a number of military veterans in Chicago on Memorial Day (Monday, May 29) to acknowledge the sacrifices made by American soldiers. The special event will begin at 1 p.m. at the National Veterans Art Museum in Chicago at 4041 N. Milwaukee Avenue.
I have been married two times. My first marriage was with a handsome young man, a surfer, a southern California sun-bleached blonde, with a big smile and lots of good humor and a warm and welcoming family. They happened to be from Alabama, and as my first husband and I got acquainted in our early twenties, we read it as a “sign” that our mothers were cheerleaders in rival high schools in Lower Alabama, and that our fathers were both from the Birmingham area and Air Force attorneys. Fate!
BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA (March 24, 2017) – Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band have announced the pre-order for their new album, Baby Let’s Take the Long Way Home. Featuring 10 new songs and two choice covers, the collection will arrive April 21 on Whippoorwill Arts. In addition, the single “Baby Let’s Take the Long Way Home” will be available as an instant grat track upon pre-order.
Dig into the official FreshGrass 2017 playlist via Spotify or YouTube — and get ready for outdoor concerts, late-night hoedowns, camping, live music scored to silent films, jam sessions, luthier demos, the FreshGrass Award, local food and drink, and free admission to the MASS MoCA galleries. It's a rollicking good time, and there's nobody we'd rather spend it with than you.
My name is Nell Robinson and my partner, Jim Nunally and I have a band that is performing in Kansas City next week at the Folk Alliance International Conference. Jim and I also have a new music and arts company, Whippoorwill Arts, and an activist project called the Music Home Project. Howdy, nice to make your acquaintance!
“In 1986 I came upon a cool-looking, beat-up old 1946 D-18 Martin Guitar in a pawn shop in Vallejo, California. I would go into that place now and again because I worked a few years earlier as a welder at Kaiser Steel shipyard in Vallejo. I asked the guy how much for the guitar. He said he didn’t know because it was a friend of his who was storing it there.