Uncle Bardie’s Weekly Music Pick: When Fall Comes to New England

It’s Thursday again. You know what that means. Uncle Bardie’s Weekly Music Pick. Uncle Bardiie gives a double thumbs up to this week’s selection: “When Fall Comes to New England” by Cheryl Wheeler:

Here’s another singer, Cheryl Wheeler, I discovered quite by accident. Though I grew up in the South and call Florida home, this song makes me want to be a New Englander. It’s a song that celebrates a time and a place, and celebrates it so beautifully. And it celebrates a season that gets short shrift. Autumn is usually on everybody’s second season list. But I think it is my favorite season. Enjoy.

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2 thoughts on “Uncle Bardie’s Weekly Music Pick: When Fall Comes to New England

  1. We are well into autumn here. The soy beans went from green to bright yellow to rust and the corn is the color of straw and rattles in the wind. The nights are in the 40’s and the wind smells of harvest dust.

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