Randy Burns’s career began in the Connecticut and New York folk coffee house scene of the mid-1960s, including New Haven’s Exit and Greenwich Village’s Gaslight. From a start covering traditional material and songs by writers including Eric Andersen and Tom Ghent, he soon moved on to his own song-writing and to fronting bands called “The Morning” and “Sky Dog Band.” He recorded for ESP, Mercury and Polydor in the late ’60s and early ’70s.
Visit him on his website RandyBurns.net
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