Honey", also known as "Honey (I Miss You)", is a song written by Bobby Russell. He first produced it with former Kingston Trio member Bob Shane. Then he gave it to American singer Bobby Goldsboro, who recorded it for his 1968 album of the same name, originally titled Pledge of Love. The song's narrator mourns his deceased wife, beginning with him looking at a tree in their garden, remembering how "it was just a twig" on the day she planted it (with his disapproval)
was covered in. Kære by Grethe Sønck (1968).
Robert Castle Schoen (born February 1, 1934), known professionally as Bob Shane, is an American singer and guitarist and, with Nick Reynolds' death in October 2008, the only surviving founding member of The Kingston Trio. In that capacity, Shane became a seminal figure in the revival of folk and other acoustic music as a popular art form in the . in the late 1950s through the mid-1960s.
Wildflower Honey by Shane Cooley, released 27 February 2015 richard reeves was a young man from boston he practiced . Got it. + add. album. all songs written by Shane Cooley (ASCAP). musicians: Shane Cooley: vocals, guitars, keys, percussion Bob Rupe: bass, guitars, percussion, background vocals (track 1) PJ Herrington: guitars (tracks 7-10), lap guitar (track 5), bass (track 10), Q-chord (track 7) Bob Wlos: pedal steel (track 6) Hayley Rupe: background vocals (tracks 1 & 6) Trevor Nealon: piano (tracks 2, 7, 8 & 9) Johnny Hott: drums (tracks 6-9).
Honey", also known as "Honey", is a song written by Bobby Russell. Honey (Bobby Goldsboro song).
The success of the Kingston Trio in its heyday had repercussions far beyond its voluminous album sales (including four albums simultaneously in the Top 10 in 1959), its host of imitators, and the relatively short-lived pop-folk boom it created