We are coming to the close of calendar year 2015 here at Danny Hauger
podcasts. December has been a flurry of fun and activities. I closed out
my first trimester teaching. I have been recorded lots of new songs
over Christmas break. It is been a period of great productivity and
inspiration. Last week I had one of my music video shared to the prod
community from a very popular Internet blog. They spotlighted my song, "Losing Sleep", which was an honor for me. "Losing Sleep" is one of the top tracks from my current album, "If I Grow Up", for sale now on iTunes, Amazon, with free streaming on Spotify. The spotlight comment says that my voice reminds them of Bob Dylan, made me smile, thanks for the spotlight guys!
In preparing some goals for the
2016 calendar year, I am hopeful that my music will be excepted for
distribution on Pandora. That would be a huge step for me is a musician.
I want to thank all the people who have been listening and supporting me
on Spotify, Amazon, and iTunes. I want to thank all the people who
purchased or streamed songs from my new Christmas album, Danny Hauger Christmas.
As a thank you for all of the wonderful support this year I am hosting
another new song demo for the next years album. This song is called new
year. It makes sense for me to post it today, even though the song is
only about 70% completed. I love documenting the songwriting process and
posting free songs for you to download from many different stages of
completion. I've been appreciating all of the emails and comments
lately. And thank you to all the people who've been following me on
One day left until we mark the end of an old year The wishes and the hopes that we had, twelve months ago Forever hopeful that this uear will bring us a new life And holding on to all the the things that constrain.
If You'd hold on, I would bring you a nything I had If you'd hold on I'd re-write all of our historues.
(V/2) Something tells me we should embrace some hope for a new year Believe that there is good in the world, and be fine.
If you'd hold on We could make life anything we want If you'd hold on I could perpetuate something positive
If we should ever doubt our ground water, and be thirsty Then let us bottle all of the old, and in with the new.