The Song Journal

Miscellaneous news and writing by Bob Franke, mostly about songs as a portable art form, and the process of creating them and enabling them to do their work in the world.

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from Bob Franke began his career as a singer-songwriter in 1965 while a student at the University of Michigan. Upon graduation in 1969 with an A.B. in English Literature, he moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts, and has since made New England his home. Bob has appeared in concert at coffeehouses, colleges, festivals, bars, streets, homes and churches in 33 states, four Canadian provinces and England.

Thursday, April 02, 2009

Bob Franke sings My Lover's T-Shirts

Just a little late for April Fool's day--a postmodern love song for modern lovers.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

In 1995 my marriage broke down in a bad manner leaving me at 47 with two young children 8 and 10. As I lived in a family farm house I was afraid i would loose it. My job as a laboratory technologist was very stressful and i was being harrassed by a lab bully. Any way long story short your song 'hallelujah the great storm is over" was a light that got me through many hard nights. I played it over and over and have requested it to be played at my funeral. Thank you for those words!

9:02 AM  
Blogger Bob Franke said...

Happy to be of service, Maxine.

10:09 AM  

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