Includes original and traditional holiday music, including vocal accompaniment by The Jordanaires and others. Songs: Jingle Bells (Christmas in New Orleans). Christmas on the Coast. What the King Didn't Know. On Christmas Eve. Your Kiss is My Wish List. Christmas by the Barbecue. Happy Holidays, Y'all. Wayfaring Stranger. Yes, Virginia. Santa Claus is Coming to Town.
This live concert album illustrates why one reviewer wrote, “Les Kerr’s Part of the Show CD is a compilation of live cuts that make you laugh out loud, sing along and occasionally ponder the human condition...every cut is a winner." Songs: Smile Upon Your Soul. Hustling on Bay Street. McKinney's Gin. The Americana Boogie. Hope and Love. Mackinac Blues. Inspiration and Bar Scotch. Midriff Mama Blues. Contributor. Committed Kisses. The Price of Coffee (El Precio del Cafe). In Reverence of Reverie. Part of the Show. The Camellia Grill.
This Gulf Coast native, now an established player in Nashville's music scene, delivers eleven songs reflecting the original style of music he calls Hillbilly Blues Caribbean Rock and Roll in this collection. Songs: Pool People. Hustling on Bay Street. Reason to Smile Again. Jubilee Britches.Southerners and Irishmen. Ink by the Barrel. Running Buddies. Hillbilly Blues Caribbean Rock & Roll. Still on the Farm. Two Longs, A Short and A Long. Magnolia Springs
Strong New Orleans, Cajun and blues influences guide this collection of fifteen songs. Songs: The Camellia Grill. Slippin' into Slidell. Justine. Hillbilly Blues Caribbean Rock & Roll. Buy Your Way Out of the Blues. Mardi Gras Song. Running Buddies. Magnolia Springs. Ink By The Barrel. I Miss America. I Want this Afternoon to Last. Orleans Parish Prison. Natchez Whistle. Cotton Fields. House of the Rising Sun.
A collection of twelve songs ranging in subject matter from Nashville's street newspaper to a New Orleans poet and from a Mississippi Delta diner to the Gulf Coast. Songs: Contributor. The Blue and White. Inspiration and Bar Scotch. Have a Handshake. I'm Just a Song. Seductive Eyes. What Didn't Kill Me. The Gail. Ready for a Train. Voice Mail. St. Louis Blues. More to Life (Than Meets the Eye).
This is an example of Les Kerr's early career. Recorded on the Gulf Coast at Southern Sound Productions in Mobile, Alabama, in the late 1980s, these original songs are a good representation of Les' pre-Nashville days. Songs: Pool People (original recording). You Used to Drive Me Crazy. Seductive Eyes (original recording). Traveling Girl. The Little Rebel. Destination: Gulf of Mexico. We Did This. Dinner at Aunt Stella's. Midriff Mama Blues (original recording). If It Weren't for You (original recording). Mississippi Sunshine (original recording). Love Me or Leave Me Alone. The Best Announcer. Red River, New Mexico. The Button Box. Dewey's Tune.