SubscribeStar Saturday: Behind the Songs: “Greek Fair”

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This weekend I’m continuing the six-part Behind the Songs miniseries for SubscribeStar Saturday.  In this series, I’m going to reveal the stories behind each of the six songs on my debut EP, Contest Winner EP.  I’ll go track-by-track, in order, detailing the inspirations behind these songs.

Last week’s installment detailed the smash hit, lead-off single “Hipster Girl Next Door.”  It’s my most-requested song, and a pretty catchy tune.

But this week’s tune is, perhaps, my personal favorite from the record, and almost certainly the best song I have ever written.

It’s time to go back to “Greek Fair.”

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4 thoughts on “SubscribeStar Saturday: Behind the Songs: “Greek Fair”

      • There’s a few around here that do open mic. Apologies. Correction. That did open mic. It’s been a long time since I went to those places.

        I hope they’re still there because I’d love to try it myself at some point.

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      • Open mics are super fun. There was one BIG one at a coffee shop in the area, and they have never restarted it since The Age of The Virus began, in spite of overwhelming popular demand from musicians and attendees alike.

        A few other coffee shops have opened back up their open mics, only to shutter them again whenever a “surge” in cases arises. D’oh! That’s why I started doing concerts at my house, haha.

        But if they reopen in your neck of Great Britain, you should definitely give them a try. I find that people are always super friendly and supportive at them, especially to first-timers, and the atmosphere can be great fun. I’m sure there are bad open mics, and I’ve been to some that were worse than others, but get in with a good one and it’s a wonderful time.

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