At the End of the Day 2017

An Indigogo Campaign was created to help with radio promotion, but as the title song, “At the End of the Day” is about understanding people with great needs, 65% of contributions to the campaign went to help victims of recent hurricanes and our local Inter-Faith Food Shuttle. More than $3000 went to those in dire need of supplies and food. We all need someone who cares about us.

At the End of the Day ranked #16 in November and #15 in December in the Folk Music Charts. Many thanks to these DJs for playing songs from the album. Bett-Padget-At-the-End-of-the-Day-DJ-List

Read the Bett-Padget-At-the-End-of-the-Day-One-Sheet for information about the CD and the Bett-Padget-At-the-End-of-the-Day-Track-Card for a description of each song.

Produced by Chris Rosser at Hollow Reed Studio in Asheville and joined by Eliot Wadopian on upright Bass, River Guerguerian on percussion, these three musicians together form a band called “Free Planet Radio” and tour internationally playing a combination of world/jazz and pop infused music. Josh Goforth on fiddle plays regularly with North Carolina folk and folklore musician David Holt and Laura Boosinger. The addition of these four consummate musicians/performers is a perfect blend for this music. Chris himself plays guitar, bass guitar, piano, dotar, and keyboard as well as lending his smooth vocal harmonies on several songs. Bett plays guitar, high-strung guitar, banjo, mandolin, mandola and harp.

Bett’s belief of strength in family is prevalent in this CD. Unity and fellowship while facing issues in today’s world contribute to our understanding of ourselves. These are common themes throughout the album.

“If you can walk you can dance,and if you can talk you can sing. -Zimbabwe
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