3.12.2008

The next great singer/songwriter of our time...

Ok, I would love to give this some intro, but frankly, the song says it all.

I will only say that ZB finished the ballad within fifteen minutes of the event actually taking place, and having been there, I can assure you his account is accurate.

Ladies and Gentlemen, I have seen the future of rock and roll, and it is Zion Bohlender.


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12 comments:

Ronni said...

HAHAHAHAHAHA!!! That is great!

Everything went KABUSH! LOL

Greg Burnett said...

What a fun kid! I think I still have a sound file of his 'Enemy go away' song classic somewhere as well.

Esther Irwin said...

The family must be feeling better. What a great songwriter! I like a minimum of chords in a song.

Randy Bohlender said...

@esther - re: minimum of chords: he was very impressionable when we attended the Vineyard...

ha!

Robbie Reider, if you ever find this, I LOVE you, man! Let's go back to Burning Man!

Tracie Loux said...

Love it!

johnloux said...

A prophetic Hank Williams the fourth for sure!

Brian said...

Hank Williams...I was thinking more Bob Dylan in his early years. Bob was known to tell a story or two in song as well. Never used the word "KABUSH" though :)

Liz said...

LOL!

He's like a cross between Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, and Lou Engle (you know, with the raw, story telling element)....

Fun with Fairchildren said...

that was incredible, i watched it twice. very bob dylan.

Danielle said...

What exactly does Kabush mean?

Randy Bohlender said...

@Danie - Kabush is....well, it's.... uhm. Hard to explain, but when everything goes kabush, it's hard to miss.

JudahLion said...

WOW! And she cried out "You broke the tire swing" and he cried out"I di dnot. Every thing went CAPLUESH!