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Dave Nachmanoff

Dave’s final song is Without A Compass Or A Map, a song that was written while he was in graduate school.

We hope this concert series encourages everyone to host one of these events at their home, it’s a great way to enjoy good music and company.


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As the concert series winds down Dave performs the song Grateful as a way to show his thanks for the hospitality and fun.

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This latest release in our House Concert series starts with a quick back story about how Dave received his guitar strap from a family of crafts makers during a house concert he did in Arizona.

Thing of Beauty is about the creative process and how it can sometimes be difficult.

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The third video in our House Concert series with Dave Nachmanoff features the song Postcards to Stan.

Written on a family vacation in Italy while Dave was relaxing in a cafe, Postcard to Stan was inspired by a women that was sitting a few tables down. The song is about what might have been going through her had as she sat nearby in the cafe.

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The second video we have from the Dave Nachmanoff House Concert has Dave on the piano playing Romeo & Juliet by Dire Straits.

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In early March of this year our long time TG member and general musical activist Lynn hosted a house concert at her home in Virginia. Dave Nachmanoff, now officially part of the TG family, was her featured guest. Dave is an incredibly talented musician from Northern California who has been performing and writing songs since he was a child. For the last ten years or so he has also been traveling as Al Stewart’s right hand man, essentially Al’s band.

About fifty people were treated to an evening of Dave’s musical magic and we are thrilled that some of it was captured on video. These clips include stories about the songs and give us a glimpse of how fun and entertaining house concerts can be.

The series kicks off with Dave’s instrumental Port Angeles and his piano take on Romeo And Juliet, originally by Mark Knopfler and done on the Dire Straits album Making Movies.

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KPIG Radio Promo

by admin on March 14, 2014

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This video is really from the Hogan Home Movies Archive and was just recently unearthed on an archeological dig in the basement.

KPIG is a worldfamous radio station, descended from the legendary KFAT in Watsonville, near Santa Cruz, and they generally do shows like this on Sundays for upcoming concerts.

The concert in question was one of a pair I did with Laurence Juber and maybe some more digging will find footage of one of those. This has all the random edits of home movies but there may be some interesting scenes and at least a couple songs.

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Roger Mozier – Blumfeld’s Tango

by admin on February 7, 2014

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Roger Mozier plays a song inspired by a Kafka short story and he calls it “Blumfeld’s Tango.”


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Doug Young – Missing You

by admin on February 6, 2014

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This is a song Doug Young wrote for his wife while they were apart called “Missing You.”

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Stu Frazier – Just A Closer Walk With Thee

by admin on February 5, 2014

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Stu Frazier brings out this beautiful Tony Yamamoto guitar. With rosewood back and sides and a cedar top and a graceful front curve, it’s a pleasure to look at and hear.

Stu does an Ed Gerhard tune called “Just A Closer Walk With Thee.”


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