|All You Want To Do Is Make Kids||2:21|
|Whatcha Gonna Do When You Can't||2:44|
|WBS 8033||Doug Kershaw||All You Want To Do Is Make Kids (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||WBS 8033||US||1974|
|WBS 8033||Doug Kershaw||All You Want To Do Is Make Kids (7", Single, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||WBS 8033||US||1974|
Bryant, D. Kershaw, Doug, Doug "The Ragin' Cajun" Kershaw, Doug Kershaw "The Louisiana Man", Dough, Douglas J. Kershaw, Douglas Kershaw, Kershaw. Marketplace 5 253 For Sale. Kershaw (Genus Cambarus) (Album).
Doug Kershaw is a musician that personifies the term, 'Cajun it wasn't difficult for me to enjoy this DVD! . Listening to Doug Kershaw will only broaden your musical enjoyment for he is a master musician and performer.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Doug Kershaw - Doug Kershaw. Photo of Doug Kershaw - Doug Kershaw. More albums of Doug Kershaw: Easy. Genre is Folk, World, & Country. This album was released on the label Warner Bros. Records (catalog number WS 1906). This album was released in 1971 year.
The brothers parted ways not long afterward, and Doug Kershaw became a Louisiana music legend by sitting in with rockers and country artists alike, while recording a series of albums for Warner Bros. Records in the 1970s. Kershaw eventually retreated from the crossover spotlight but he remained a fixture in Louisiana music into the 21st century, performing regularly and recording on occasion. Born in Tiel Ridge, an unincorporated community in Louisiana's Cameron Parish, Doug Kershaw was raised in a Cajun household headed by an alligator hunter. At home, the family spoke French, so Kershaw didn't learn English until he was eight, three years after he taught himself how to play fiddle.
5 hrs ·. This week's charity is the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. This organization builds critically-needed centers for treating United States military personnel suffering the effects of Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-Traumatic Stress. These injuries have severely impacted the lives of hundreds of thousands of men and women who have served selflessly in defending our nation alled Intrepid Spirit Centers, on military bases across the nation. Seven Intrepid Spirit Centers are open and the eighth center is currently underway.
The selection appeared on Shuman's album Set the Clock on Rock Phil provided backing vocals on "You Got Gold" from John Prine's 1991 album The Missing Years. Prine and the Everlys had family connections to Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, and Prine was a frequent performer at the Everly Brothers' Homecoming concerts in Central City, Kentucky, over the years. This would be the final original recording the Everly Brothers would ever make as a duo. In 1999, Don and his son Edan Everly performed "The Everly Brothers for Kentucky Flood Relief. The brothers joined Simon & Garfunkel in their "Old Friends" reunion tour of 2003 and 2004.
Doug Kershaw and Mark O'Connor 'The American Music Shop'. Music Director: Mark O'Connor - TNN. Kershaw joined O'Connor as one of his musical heroes on O'Connor's 1992 album entitled "Heroes. American Music Shop Band Mark O'Connor; violin, bandleader and music director Jerry Douglas; Dobro, Lap Steel Brent Mason/Brent Rowan; Guitars John Jarvis/Matt Rollings; Keyboards; Glen Worf; Bass Harry Stinson; Drums, Background Vocals. American Music Shop" premiered in March 1990. The show's creator and executive producer, Brian O'Neill, says the idea was to make each week's musical host a person known to most country music fans, then slip in lesser known talented artists-most often people whom the host liked.