Terry Ware | Stars Will Fade

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Stars Will Fade

by Terry Ware

As the gentle piano notes introduce Terry Buffalo Ware’s “Stars Will Fade” listeners are invited to remember the legacy of Jimmy LaFave. As a former member of LaFave’s Night Tribe, Terry Ware spent many hours on stage and on the road with the legendary songwriter, often playing small rooms across America like the Blue Door as well as big festival stages. With help from Mary Reynolds and Louise Goldberg (Miss Brown To You) Ware offers a touching tribute to his friend that is simple, direct and from his heart. With a nod to Bob Childers’ “Restless Spirits,” Ware brings us full circle, and reminds us that we are all restless spirits on a journey together and we all need to hold each other close and not let go. Greg Johnson The Blue Door Oklahoma City
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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As the gentle piano notes introduce Terry Buffalo Ware’s “Stars Will Fade” listeners are invited to remember the legacy of Jimmy LaFave. As a former member of LaFave’s Night Tribe, Terry Ware spent many hours on stage and on the road with the legendary songwriter, often playing small rooms across America like the Blue Door as well as big festival stages. With help from Mary Reynolds and Louise Goldberg (Miss Brown To You) Ware offers a touching tribute to his friend that is simple, direct and from his heart. With a nod to Bob Childers’ “Restless Spirits,”
Ware brings us full circle, and reminds us that we are all restless spirits on a journey together and we all need to hold each other close and not let go.

Greg Johnson
The Blue Door
Oklahoma City

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