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April 20, 2019  

I recorded this original guitar composition in DADGAD tuning, and it was the very first time I had dropped my guitar into the tuning scheme. There is an intentional dischord, disharmony, and overly eager quality to the melody, as if it were butterflies in the stomach of the theme of the moment. As is prone to happening, the first riff that I strummed quickly carried me upstairs to record and I hope you enjoy the instrumental piece. Watch the performance video here. 

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April 13, 2019  

Top Floor

 

Take me down, think this through.

Set me up, make me new.

 

Decode my hands, bring me back into this world.

I see no straight lines, only cumulus clouds and swirls.

 

Trap me into the audience

No escape, so I must Dance.

 

We arrive, close the door.

Take me up to the top floor.

 

Full thrusters, Into the atmosphere.

Terror, lies, and deceit await.

 

Trap me into the audience

No escape, so I must dance.

 

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April 3, 2019  

Nashville is a prime location for American tourism. Founded in 1779, this city has long been a happening and eventful place along the rail and transportation lines of America's expansion. Today Nashville economy, jobs, and population is expanding quickly and the knowledge of this Davidson County gem is shining bright. How could Danny Hauger Travel podcasts not visit Music City? I'm Danny Hauger, and this is Nashville, Tennessee In this special edition, I explore what Nashville, Tennessee has to offer. Watch the video overview of my Nashville trip here. At the end stay tuned for a special live version of my song, "Slow Dance".

Take in the top venue for country music history at Ryman Auditorium, formerly the Grand Ole Opry, see a real Nashville recording studio, and enjoy the sights and sounds of Tennessee capitol city! I want to thank Visit Music City for their assistance in arranging some of my reservation details before the trip. More information on the places I visited and the VIP Star attractions pass can be found at their website. All of the opinions in this video are my own and I was not paid for them. https://www.visitmusiccity.com/ is a great site for more information on the best things to do in Nashville, Tennessee from Danny Hauger Travel Podcasts. Music in this channel is written, recorded, and produced by Danny Hauger.

Support my free music by downloading Danny Hauger music on iTunes (http://apple.co/2Dkn3P4), Amazon (http://amzn.to/2p3lmCe), or streaming me on Spotify (https://binged.it/2BrYySs)! Support my free music with a Paypal Donation! http://paypal.me/DannyHauger

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August 13, 2018  

This demo was recorded August 8th and features Danny Hauger with some high harmonies from Jessica Hauger. Enjoy, download, and share! I went back to a sinple guitar recording sample for thei femo and I hope you enjoy it.

“Stacking Up” Words and Music by Danny Hauger

 

(½ step) (D, Em7, G)
Forget that no one cares.

Forget what’s said out there.

Arrange your desk and chairs.

Set the table, they’ll soon bere.

 

History? Where is hers?

History, often blurs.

The past is narrative.

Don’t take if you can give.

 

(Bm - G - D)

Surprise yourself,

BY helping out.

(A - Bm, A, Em7 G)

You’ll know where you stand.
There is so much demand.

 

Go set your desk and chairs.                 (verse 2)

Make like its always been there.

Clean up and put away,

All the mess that you have made.

 

(Bm - G - D - Asus)

Don’t wind me up right now.

My mind was made up, but how?

 

(D - G - Em - G)

I’m Stacking up,

I’m putting away.

I’m adding up,

Who I am today.

 

So if you’re bored                    (verse 3)

And you can’t line up your life.

Your goals can guide you,

When hopes may fade away.

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April 6, 2018  

Sitting in Creston, California, taking a little guitar time improvising in open G tuning on my Seagull acoustic guitar. Enjoyed a bit of quiet watching birds fly by outside. I enjoyed a fun trip to the Central Coast, and recorded two travel podcast episodes, one at the San Luis Obispo Children's Museum, and one in the famous Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California. Hope you enjoy this live instrumental acoustic guitar take. Watch this live performance on video! https://youtu.be/bx6pOgMi0xU

 

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February 24, 2018  

“Shy” Words and Music by Danny Hauger copyright 2018 All Rights Reserved

Wonder, what’s in your world?

What makes you feel like you’re not just another girl.

Sparkle in your eyes, effervescence personified.

 

If you wanted to be with me,

I would have to wonder why.

If you knew what you meant to me,

Then you would know why I’m shy.

 

Attention to detail, my heart is out of my mind.

And I can’t get seem to get my words out right.

I’m all a flutter swaying in the breeze

And I can’t hear anything.

If you wanted to be with me,

I would have to wonder why.

If you knew what you meant to me,

Then you would know why I’m shy.

 

NEW ALBUM! "Laddering"

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February 7, 2018  

Tied in Knots Lyrics by Danny Hauger Copyright 2018

 

I’m all tied in knots surrounded by you,

Given any other chance there’s nothing I’d do.

Forget about all the drama outside waiting for you

Forget about the lies because you know I’ll be true.

 

I thought I’d be surviving out here on my own,

And when I turned the key open the lock thinking I was at home,

I looked across the table and saw that there was no one

Who fill my life with joy and makes me feel like I was someone.

 

I’m all tied in knots for you.

 

Forgive me for the times when I wasn’t thinking through.

I was scared and lonely and thought I wasn’t good enough for you.

My own weakness now becomes a strength for me,

Cause when I’m with you baby there’s nothing in this world that could scare me.

 

I thought I’d be surviving out here on my own,

And when I turned the key open the lock thinking I was at home,

I looked across the table and saw that there was no one

Who fill my life with joy and makes me feel like I was someone.

 

I’m all tied in knots for you.

I’m all tied in knots for you.

 

Help me welcome my new guitar to the mix! Watch the studio recording video here!

NEW ALBUM! "Laddering"

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February 3, 2018  

"Hawthorne" is the latest instrumental guitar recording by Danny Hauger in the "Cedar" instrumental series. It is the 6th track in the playlist and features a relaxing set of guitar progressions transitioning to and from major and minor chords.

You can download "Hawthorne" for free from Danny Hauger Music Podcasts (episode #800):

Music in this channel is written, recorded, and produced by Danny Hauger. Support my free music by downloading Danny Hauger music on iTunes (http://apple.co/2Dkn3P4), Amazon (http://amzn.to/2p3lmCe), or streaming me on Spotify (https://binged.it/2BrYySs)!

Help support my independent music and free weekly podcast downloads by sharing it with your friends. Your comments, likes, and shares help me keep this dream alive. I find my music is enjoyable for background, work, homework, and meditation too. I hope this adds enjoyment to your life and music collection!

You can support me by:
*Buying Danny Hauger music on iTunes and Amazon
*Streaming Danny Hauger on Spotify
*Subscribing Danny Hauger Podcasts on iTunes or download weekly free songs from Danny Hauger: http://dannyhauger.podbean.com/
*Share or buy my Teachers Pay Teachers resources: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Haugerhistory
*Download my educational shows from the Hauger History Podcast at haugerhistory.podbean.com
*Support this free podcast and get in touch at www.dannyhauger.com
*Twitter: @DannyHauger and @DHXmusic
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January 30, 2018  

"Elowen" is the 4th track of the "Cedar" Instrumental guitar series and the first practice session of the Seagull Artist Series CW Studio Element Guitar. The rhythm track is recorded direct in with no filters, and the lead line (which is quieter) is recorded with a Samson USB microphone, with no added gain, for a very natural unplugged tone. This way you can judge the sound of the guitar's pickup and natural sound.

It was recorded without editing, leaving the lead guitar a little low in the mix, but I find it gently soothing and let it sit as it was recorded for a more natural sound and a bit of dynamic contrast.
Music in this channel is written, recorded, and produced by Danny Hauger. Support my free music by downloading Danny Hauger music on iTunes (http://apple.co/2Dkn3P4), Amazon (http://amzn.to/2p3lmCe), or streaming me on Spotify (https://binged.it/2BrYySs)!

Help support my independent music and free weekly podcast downloads by sharing it with your friends. Your comments, likes, and shares help me keep this dream alive. I find my music is enjoyable for background, work, homework, and meditation too. I hope this adds enjoyment to your life and music collection!

You can support me by:
*Buying Danny Hauger music on iTunes and Amazon
*Streaming Danny Hauger on Spotify
*Subscribing Danny Hauger Podcasts on iTunes or download weekly free songs from Danny Hauger: http://dannyhauger.podbean.com/
*Share or buy my Teachers Pay Teachers resources: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Haugerhistory
*Download my educational shows from the Hauger History Podcast at haugerhistory.podbean.com
*Support this free podcast and get in touch at www.dannyhauger.com
*Twitter: @DannyHauger and @DHXmusic
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August 20, 2017  

Lyrics and Guitar Chords "Friends" by Danny Hauger and Greg Kettelhake

 

E    C#m        A    B

Where were you the night we watched all those movies

We all looked side to side, tried to figure out where you were

Might have been somewhere else

Maybe we were second best.

 

Remember shooting bottle caps into the ceiling

Remember playing guitar at school at 7 AM

I’d try to impress

All the girls who were walking by.

 

A    B    C#m    E   

All the time you’ve known me,

I’d strike out 1,000 times,

At least we still can count on friends.

 

SOLO OVER VERSE CHORDS

 

Nowadays,

We have bills and you’ve got twins

Its hard for us to get together and just shoot the breeze but,

Even though we’re older

We can always count on friends.

 

Even though we’re older

We can always count on friends.

Even though we’re older

We can always count on friends.

E

The video of the studio session is live on YouTube! 

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May 14, 2017  

The Greeks observed the goddess Rhea on Mother's Day, adapted by the Romans as well. We have traces of European celebrations back to the 1600's. In the United States, Mother's Day started because of Anna Jarvis in West Virginia in 1908. Listen to the History of Mother's Day and a call for a kind gesture for the motherly figures of our lives in today's edition of the Hauger History Podcast. Happy Mother's Day everyone!

Fun fact: Americans spend $18-20 billion per year on gifts, cards, and chocolates! 

April 26, 2017  

Mr. Hauger’s Five Keys to Winning Debate

 

You LOSE if

You WIN if

 
  1. You don’t listen
  2. You get angry
  3. You get ugly
  4. You get off track
  5. You’re unorganized
  1. You listen AND cite faults
  2. You keep your cool
  3. You stay respectful
  4. You stay focused
  5. You sign-post

 

Move from left (losing) to right (winning) by following the 5 keys!

 

  1. Listening critically (not just waiting to speak) will give you fuel to respond effectively.
  2. Staying composed displays your logical strength better than the volume of your voice.
  3. Respectful people are viewed favorably by judges and the audience. Stay cool!
  4. When you’re focused, you won’t be distracted by shiny distractions. Stay on topic.
  5. Point out and order the opposition’s arguments, then take them down point by point.

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