Jim Needler, Cody Lee Meece, Tyrone Cotton


I start the show w/ my usual numbers then bring out Cody Lee Meece, blues man from Somerset, KY who plays three of his: Hand & Knee, Rollin' Home to You & Bring Your Lovin' Back Home, followed by Louisville favorite Tyrone Cotton who does his arrangement of the Langston Hughes lyric, As Befits a Man then his own Sally Ann & What's Wrong. We end this set w/ a tentative rendering of the traditional, Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child.

All accompanied by Dennis Maguire on bass guitar & Thomas Bradshaw on drums.

Tyrone Cotton, Cody Lee Meece, Jim Needler


For this part of the show, I start out w/ a couple of mine: Come on Now & What You Need, Cody comes in w/ a song about his ex-girlfriend from high school - Since You Been with Him, one for his grandmother - Long Gone & a Jim Croce number - You Don't Mess Around with Jim. Tyrone plays: Man Like Me, Naomi, Slow Drag Ragtime & Since the Middle of June then we fall into a cool jam to wrap up the set.

(Feel free to correct me if I've miss-titled anything.)

Cody Lee Meece, Tyrone Cotton, Jim Needler


In the third half, I remember to mention sponsors: J K Needler, LCSW & The Root Cellar then bring Cody Lee Meece back & he sings I Wish I Could, an instrumental Song That I Wrote and a Sam Cooke number: Bring it on Home to Me. Tyrone Cotton comes back w/ Sometimes Dreams Come True, It's Alright Not to Know & an instrumental, Untitled.

We then bring everybody back for Red River Valley, my It Must Be Love and a bit of Candy Man.

We are accompanied by Dennis Maguire on bass guitar & Thomas "Bibby" Bradshaw on drums.

Thanks for listening.


Jim Needler

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