The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #59 – Don McLean

Don McLean is America’s Troubadour. A singer-songwriter, performing and recording artist, McLean has written and recorded some of the most iconic songs in recorded music: “American Pie,” “Vincent,” “And I Love You So,” and “Castles in the Air,” to name a few. An inductee of the Songwriters Hall of Fame, Don McLean’s songs have been performed and recorded by singers ranging from Madonna, Garth Brooks, Elvis Presley, Fred Astaire, Julio Iglesias and most recently Ellie Goulding.

Don McLean will release “Botanical Gardens” on March 23, 2018. This is his first album in nine years. He joins us on The Paul Leslie Hour to discuss his recent work, poetry being “under siege,” the importance of gratitude and so much more. It’s a good one!

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The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #13 – Larry Bastian

Larry Bastian has lived a storied life. Farming, being a cowboy and working as a biologist are all a part of the tale. His family had farmed the San Joaquin Valley in California since the late 1800s, but what Larry Bastian is most known for is his songs. Legendary recording artists like George Jones, Buck Owens, Tammy Wynette, and Conway Twitty have recorded his songs. Bastian is also heavily associated with Garth Brooks who has covered and co-written songs with him.  Grab a cup of coffee or cocoa and listen. It’s a campfire conversation with a master storyteller!

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