Here's a cover of the Pretenders' "2000 Miles."
Here's "Carol for a Cold Season," complete with authentic Chicago holiday traffic.
Here's "Alabama Baby," a response to the Breitbart editor who cited "You're Sixteen, You're Beautiful, and You're Mine" (really!) as a defense for Roy Moore's predatory behavior.
And as long as we're sharing jokes, here's "Without You (I Struggle with Portion Control)," for which I would so love to shoot a video someday.
Here's the Homebrew edition of "After All," one of the songs still in the "Maybe" column for Highway Gothic. (If you've ever wondered if a retractable ball-point pen could be used as percussion, btw, the answer is yes.)
As always, thanks for listening, downloading, and sharing.