Welcome to Episode 39 of Cause of Action with Bobby Falkenberg! Sorry it’s a few hours late, but technical difficulties reared their ugly head!
Today Bobby proudly brings you his interview with well-known singer/songwriter David Lee. This is a hell of an interview, not to mention three great original in-studio live performances! DON’T miss it! David spent 24 years writing songs in Nashville, and penned hits such as “Letters from Home,” recorded by John Michael Montgomery, “Lucky Man,” recorded by Montgomery Gentry, and “I Need You,” recorded by Tim McGraw with Faith Hill. Not to mention, he wrote and co-wrote several other songs you likely know. David is currently working on promoting his brand new original album, including the newly released single “John Wayne.” Go to www.davidleemusic.com for more information and to see the video for “John Wayne.”
Bobby also talks about upcoming shows, including interviews with Wade Lowry, former NFL football player Bill Bradley, and Drew Moreland, discusses his poll results on when/where/whether or not it’s okay to CUSS, gives a podcast tip on consistency (the week I have tech issues and I’m two hours late), and reviews “John Wayne” by David Lee.
Thank you for stopping in!
00:00:50 David Lee Quotes
00:02:23 Bobby Reflects on Creators and Writers
00:09:01 Upcoming Interviews
00:13:45 Special Episodes: Cause of Action After Hours: Raw and Unkutte (with Tommy Williams)