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The Co-Write

"The Co-write" is hosted by Bobby Duncan and Donovan Dodd. It is a music centered podcast, but not restricted to only music topics. The pair will cover many different areas of interest, as well as welcome guests to join them for special episodes.
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Now displaying: July, 2016
Jul 27, 2016

This week on The Co-Write Bobby and Donovan relive an eventful Sunday Sunday that turned into a long Sunday night (5:00).  Later, Donovan dives into some opinions he gave from the previous episode pertaining to how we judge other's opinions on music and movies (20:00).  At (32:00) Bobby discusses an article he came across in the New York Times about why some many political candidates get sued by artists.  And finally, Donovan fills you in on some upcoming Dallas/Fort Worth concerts at (42:00).  All this an more on The Co-Write, Episode 10.

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Topics Mentioned

Hank's Texas Grill 
Jason Eady 
Adam Hood 
Chat Room 
It's Just Banter 
The Blowout Podcast 
Network 
The Live Oak Music Hall 
Matt Hillyer 
Jack Ingram 
Magnolia Motor Lounge 
Granger Smith 
Wade Bowen 
Forrest Gump 
Luke Bryan 
Florida Georgia Line 
Donald Trump 
Steven Tyler 
Aerosmith 
Bruce Springsteen 
Jackson Browne 
Neil Young 
The Bellamy Brothers 
Jamie Johnson 
Cody Canada and the Departed
Edwin McCain 
90210 

Jul 20, 2016

Bobby and Donovan are back at it this week with a review of their last episode, featuring Bleu Edmondson, and they poke a little fun at Donovan for getting called out by fans for being a bit enamored with Bleu.  At (6:15) the guys talk about a recent comment from Granger Smith that equated the Texas Music Scene to the “minor leagues”, which leads to a discussion of how we judge music.  At (26:30) the fellas do a little experiment & surprise Donovan’s dad on his 71st birthday with a phone call. The topic of the day comes your way at (29:15) regarding a Department of Justice ruling on licensing rights, and the major impact it could have on the songwriting world.  (49:00) WHO’S PLAYING AROUND TOWN!?!?!?!

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Topics Mentioned:

New York Yankees
Lids
The Ridiculousness of Flat Billed Hats
Banana Republic
The Live Oak Music Hall
Bleu Edmondson
Augustus
Bruce Springsteen
Granger Smith
Wade Bowen
Texas Music Scene
Earl Dibbles Jr.
Forrest Gump
The Fort Worth Star Telegram
Wide Open Country
The Boot
Forbes
Donovan’s Mom
Kelly the Co-Worker
Backroads Song
Jurassic World
Le Bernadin
New York City
BMI
ASCAP
Department of Justice
Songwriting Royalties
Billy Bob’s Texas
Jack Ingram
Matt Hillyer
Travis Tritt
Sammy Kershaw
Prophets and Outlaws
Larry Hooper
Sean McConnell
Adam Hood
Jason Eady
Deryl Dodd
Uncle Lucius
Nick Verzosa

Jul 12, 2016

This week the guys take The Co-Write on the road ... well two stop signs at least ... to The Live Oak Music Hall's green room, where they chum it up with old pal Bleu Edmondson.  As they pass the bottle, they share stories including:  Bleu's perspective on writing/releasing records, some of the pitfalls of early success in music, opinions on the "business" of music & of course ... Springsteen.  The guys also touch on the Texas Rangers' struggles of late, as well as pay respects to the tragedy in Dallas, TX on July 7th. 

** Donovan apologizes for the overuse of the F-bomb.  He was very excited. 

 

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Jul 6, 2016

This episode of The Co-Write finds Bobby reliving the story of how his first record "Lonesome Town" came to be some 10 years ago. (11:00) Later, Bobby and Donovan tell some stories about a few of the songs they've written together, and the process of writing them (18:00)  Donovan gives Lloyd Maines a birthday shout-out at (34:00), and directly dives into Juneteenth talk at (37:00).  The D/FW concert list happens at (38:00).  And lastly, this life altering episode comes to a resounding close with Bobby abruptly singing Foreigner at (48:45).

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Topics Mentioned:

Shine
Notorious B.I.G.

Puff Daddy
Lonesome Town
Walt Wilkins
Pat Green
Lloyd Maines
George Dunham

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