Tag Archives: Dan Fogelberg

Spent & Broken

The other day I was reminded of a saying that was etched into my brain about 43 years ago. It was a lyric from a song named Falling Down, found on Joe Walsh’s  1974,  “So What” album. “Burning the candle … Continue reading

Posted in Music of the 1970's, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | 5 Comments

Among The Possessions Of An Outlaw Of A Low-Class Kind. . .

I remember the first time in 1985 that I heard the High Country Snows record. I was amazed at the new direction Dan was going and bought a copy as soon as I could. It is listed as one of … Continue reading

Posted in Dan Fogelberg | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

The Color Of Spring

Today, amongst the rain and forecasts for another snowy Nor’Easter, (luckily we are hundreds of miles away from that), I had my first look at this season’s Wisteria bloom. After seeing it, I was on the lookout for additional blooms … Continue reading

Posted in Aiken SC, Changes, Dan Fogelberg, Photographs, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments

A Toast To Innocence

It was last week that I shared a story about the ten years since Dan Fogelberg died from prostate cancer. Ten Years Seems Like Yesterday. I received several comments, on and offline, regarding a particular song Dan wrote, that was … Continue reading

Posted in Christmas, Consequences, Dan Fogelberg, Marriage, music, Philosophy, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Ten Years Seems Like Yesterday

Ten years ago today, prostate cancer took the life of Dan Fogelberg at age 56. It has been said by many that Dan had written the soundtracks of their lives. I include myself in that group. I have always enjoyed … Continue reading

Posted in Dan Fogelberg, music, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments