Notable Bill Staines songs include “Bridges,” “Crossing the Water,” “Sweet Wyoming Home”, “The Roseville Fair”, “A Place in the Choir”, “Child of Mine,” and “River.”
His songs have been recorded by other artists including, Peter, Paul, & Mary, Makem and Clancy, Nanci Griffith, Mason Williams, The Highwaymen, Glenn Yarborough, Jerry Jeff Walker, Grandpa Jones, and Priscilla Herdman. Staines has recorded twenty-two of his own albums, fifteen of which are still in print as of 2005. His songs have been published in four songbooks, If I Were A Word, Then I’d Be A Song; River; Music To Me: The Songs of Bill Staines; and All God’s Critters Got A Place In The Choir.
Staines is left-handed and plays a right-handed guitar upside-down so that the bass strings are at the bottom. He has developed his own fingerings and picking style over long years playing this way.
In 2004 his memoir, The Tour: A Life Between the Lines, was published.
Edited by TristanTzara on 22 Aug 2006, 00:19
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