Gypsy Drew and The Streets of St. Augustine

Filed under Art, Books, Entertainment, Street Performers

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Last Friday when I was having a coffee at “Hot Shot Bakery” in St. Augustine, waiting to head out to the town’s monthly Art Walk, I spoke with songwriter “Gypsy Drew” before he began entertaining the crowd at Anastasia Books.

                                                                                                      

Drew is a Songwriter and Musician originally from Travis City, Michigan. who has spent several years traveling to many destinations and performed Blue Grass, Folk, Jazz and Blues in several festivals in Alaska, Colorado, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand..

 

His songs are about love and life, the two songs that he mentioned were:

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“Love Reminds Us” A song about all the good and bad in life, the sunny day, the nights, including hardships in life which reminds us how good life is with love, not just romance love, but love of existence, endless change.

 

“Love is like a River” About how love renews us in a steady cycle of the movement within us. A steady flow thoughout life.

 

 

To listen to more of Drew’s songs; they are available on his Myspace page under gypsydrewsingersongwriter and if you wish to contact him you can

 

email him at:

 

 

Or if you are out and about in St. Augustine he can be seen playing on Cuna Street.

 

Drew’s future goals are to perform at Folk festivals in various locations.

 

Trivia: Once when Drew lived in a lone cabin in Alaska, he made himself some pancakes and from being alone for so long, he began to teach an imaginary audience how to make pancakes….

SOP’s Battle of the Bands featuring Gypsy Drew with Love Me Baby

 

 

 

 

 

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