Part ONE: Joe Carducci hosts a memorial to David Lightbourne
The first part of a memorial program dedicated to the life and memory of David Lightbourne. The show will be hosted by Joe Carducci, and will feature family and friends telling stories, and playing music, both recorded and live.
From the Laramie Boomerang:
David Lightbourne, 67, Laramie, died Friday, April 30, 2010, in Laramie.
He was born Dec. 14, 1942, in Princeton, Ill., to Jean Lightbourne and Kermit Loe. He had a bachelor’s degree from Grinnell College and was a musician in Laramie.
He is survived by his brother, Michael Lightbourne; and his sister, Priscilla Lightbourne.
He was a world-class finger pick-style blues guitarist and played many places in the area: the Buckhorn, Beartree, Trading Post, Coal Creak, Muddy Waters Coffeehouse, The Overland, and every year at the Upland Breakdown, as well as in New York City at the Makor, the Knitting Factory and Pete’s Candy Store and the Leaky Roof Tavern and the Earth Tavern in Portland, Ore. His bands were the Stop and Listen Boys in Laramie and the Metropolitan Jug Band n Portland. Locally, he played with musicians Shaun Kelley, John Martz, Jon Kidwell and Birgit Burke.
He worked at High Country Stoves, Home Bakery, Western Research, Banner Associates and many other places. He lived in Laramie from 1996-2010
- Length: 29:08 minutes (66.68 MB)
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