NEW RON SEXSMITH MUSIC!
My friend Jessica Poundstone, a vigilant Ron Sexsmith fan, send me this today:
Well, you’re probably all over this, just haven’t gotten around to posting it on your blog yet (where the heck DO you find the time to write so voluminously there??? It’s staggering – I don’t make it over for a week or two and I have to take 45 minutes to catch up!) but there’s a sneak peak of a new song off of the new Ron “Sexy” Sexsmith album up at his site: Also, apparently, according to the “news” on his site, two of his songs were used in pre-packaged Olympic segments: “From Now On,” and, of course…..get ready for this one, I’m not making this up….”Gold In Them Hills.” Ba dum bum.
The song is from the upcoming Mitchell Froom-produced album Time Being, coming to stores May 16.
Oh, and the secret to relentless blogging, Jessica? It’s love. But you know that. That’s why you’re the most prolific baby-photo blogger I’ve ever seen.
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