Farewell Blues | Luke Winslow-King | Live Outside | Playing For Change

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We share with you "Farewell Blues, " a beautiful original song from Luke Winslow-King and his bandmates, Christian Carpenter (bass) and Chris Davis (drums). Written after he found out about his late father’s cancer diagnosis, Luke tells his father in song, "I'm gonna miss you when you go." Let us all be reminded that no day is promised so spread love while you're here.
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