‘Featured Artist,’ David Ramirez, “Stick Around”

February 11th, 2012  |  by Nels Thoreson   |  Published in Songs of the Day

Today’s “Featured Artist and Song of the Day” showcases the road’s, David Ramirez, with this new song, “Stick Around,” which is an unreleased track.  He’s been playing music for ten years, and has released numerous EP’s, the full-length album, American Soil, and the latest EP, Strangetown.  His music can be purchased here.

Singer/songwriter Ramirez is quoted as saying, ““I’m a wandering man, got no money in the bank, got no wife at home watching children.”  He is most at home on the road, traveling to and fro, accompanied by this trusty guitar, playing venues across the country.  He’s a true troubadour, with an adventurous soul, and a spirit that writes the truth down in lyric pages, and comes to life in song.

His wandering finds him tonight in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at The Legendary Dobbs.  His tour then heads to New York, onto the Midwest, and then to Texas.  Be sure to catch a live-show.

These words find there place in his song, “Stick Around,”

“Gonna hop on that train today
I got nowhere to go
No reason to stay

In four years I’ve traveled 160,000 miles
The wind keeps pulling me out
Maybe I go cause I’m chasing something
Maybe I go, cause something is chasing me
Maybe I leave, cause I have yet to find someone who will look me in the face

Saying, ‘Stick around, I want you next to me, so stick around
There ain’t  no reason for leaving, yeah the road’s been hard boy
But I’ll never bring you down, so come on, stick around…’ ” 

For updates, tour dates, and other news click on his website, you can get his music on iTunes, and follow him on his Facebook Page.   Until the next time you’ll be able to see him, or until the next time you’ll be able to listen to him, here is David Ramirez, with his song, “Stick Around,” through CONFESSIONALS, filmed by Steven Bush, enjoy,

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