Songs at the Center

Season 1, Episode 8 of 13

Artists: Happy Chichester, Jesse Henry, Hilda Doyle, TJ George, and hosted by songwriter Eric Gnezda. Happy Chichester founded the Royal Crescent Mob, Howlin' Maggie, and was an original member of the Twilight Singers. He's had his songs used in several movies, scored independent films, and has appeared on television with Jimmy Kimmel, the Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Fallon, and Fuel TV. He performs "Lover." Jesse Henry is a prolific songwriter and musician who excels in multiple genres. A soulful singer, he writes songs with spirit, humor, and storytelling elements. For the past decade, he's played countless concerts with The Spikedrivers, aong other popular bands. He is also the Dean of the Rafiki Music School in Nairobi, Kenya. He performs "Long Way to Go." Hilda Doyle has been an icon in Ohio's acoustic music scene for more than 30 years. She founded the popular group, Ladies of Longford, with daughters Heather Fraser and Stephanie Doyle. Hilda punctuates her entertaining songs with humor and outstanding guitar work. She performs "Star Book." TJ George received a Columbus Music Award in the singer-songwriter category. Several of his songs can be heard in the motion picture, Homecoming,and he is currently scoring a television pilot. He released his most recent CD last year, and has just completed a EP. He performs "Late December."

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