Don Flanagan: Reflections of US Navy Hero Turned Musician 05/23 by Carmen Amoros | Blog Talk Radio

Interview US Navy Hero turned Musician

Interview US Navy Hero turned Musician

Don Flanagan: Reflections of US Navy Hero Turned Musician 05/23 by Carmen Amoros | Blog Talk Radio.

Carmen Amoros Host of the New York Podcasting Cafe Interviews US Navy hero turned musician Don Flanagan.

Don Flanagan is a Singer/Songwriter born and reared in Cleveland, Ohio, by a single father, Donald Flanagan served 5 years in the Navy, from 1982, to 1987. He is a former guitar player for The Christian Heirs, as well as former singer, and songwriter for Voices In The Wilderness. Don studied Mechanical Design at Lorain County Community College, and worked as a Materials Analyst, Sous Chef, and Truck Driver.

His previous Albums include “Your Not Alone”, with Phyllis Ricker, 1990, “Welcome To The Party”, with Voices In The Wilderness, 1992. After an 14 year hiatus from organized music, in which he got married, and subsequently divorced, he returned to music, playing locally in 2006, and by 2010, released a self-recorded album called “A Soul Of Many Shades”. It was followed up by “Echoes From The Attic” in 2012. After the release of “Echoes From The Attic”, health issues began to take their toll, and so a final 6 song album called “Cheyenne’s In Wyoming” was released in 2013, which was meant as a farewell to his lifelong music adventure, as well as a reflection on his life. This episode features two commercials, the Don Flanagan Interview, four of the songs, a newspaper clipping featuring the Captain of the USS Coontz.

To reach Don Flanagan visit his Official Website: Http://www.ReverbNation.Com/DonFlanagan

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