Morning, Hope ye slept well. September done come & gone. I wrote a song. Got my wife to sing on it. Recorded it all in a little blue room in Philpot, Kentucky. -A.S. Coomer September September done come & gone I’m staring at the face of a cold, grey dawn Your legs shake like my … Continue reading New Song: September
Who saved room for Dessert? Two new songs from A.S. Coomer Bandcamp Spotify Apple Music Amazon Google Play Deezer Youtube Written, Recorded, & Performed by A.S. Coomer in Philpot, KY August 2018 Continue reading Dessert
Morning, I hope your Caturday morning is full of Skeletor & Gozer & Samhain and the rest of the great villains from Saturday morning cartoons. Know what would make the rest of your summer Saturdays bitching? A signed copy of Shining the Light! You can fill the barren rooms of your own personal Castle Grayskull … Continue reading Signed Copies of Shining the Light
Afternoon, I’ve got three new, music-inspired poems up over at The Song Is… The first one, What an unlikely duo…, was written when Tom Petty died. You’ll see several song titles and lyrics from Mr. Petty in that one. The second poem, Flirting with Disaster, was originally published by Juliet Cook over at Thirteen Myna … Continue reading Three New Poems in The Song Is…
Good morning! It’s been a hectic couple of weeks for me. After purging about a quarter of everything I owned, I filled a twenty-foot U-Haul with the rest of my belongings and moved back home to the Bluegrass State. Of course, it was the hottest damn weekend of the year too. If I do anything, … Continue reading Shining the Light is out now!
Happy goddamn Friday, y’all! Today’s the day. The goddamn it anyway CD is officially out. It’s been a long time coming & I think I’m finally ready to share these tunes with the world. goddamn it anyway consists of twelves songs. I wrote all of them. I played guitar and sang on all of them. … Continue reading goddamn it anyway but the CD is out!
The third single off goddamn it anyway is a song I wrote a few years back called “A Miner”. It’s the story of love loss and hopelessness in eastern Kentucky. My good friends helped give it life. The recording features Sam Dell on mandolin, Sara Gibson on cello, Michael Joseph Peters on lap steel, and Jess … Continue reading “A Miner” Out Now