Greg Trooper performs his song "We Won't Dance," yes the same song made famous by Vince Gill Maplewood Concert Series, August 2013.
1986 We Won't Dance (The Greg Trooper Band) (192). 03. Everything About Yo. p3. 07. Every Heart Won't Let You Down. 08. These Sunday Nights. 09. 21st Century Bo. 10. Lightning Bu. 12. Cumberland Square. 13. When I Close My Eyes.
Trooper is the self-titled debut album by Canadian rock band Trooper, released in 1975. The album was produced by Randy Bachman of Bachman–Turner Overdrive and The Guess Who fame. The album would produce two Canadian hits "Baby Woncha Please Come Home" and "General Hand Grenade". 3:19 - "I'm in Trouble Again". 3:06 - "General Hand Grenade". 7:14 - "All of the Time" (ky). 3:20 - "Eddy Takes It Easy". 4:48 - "Roller Rink". 3:04 - "Baby Woncha Please Come Home".
Greg Trooper (January 13, 1956 – January 15, 2017) was an American singer-songwriter, whose songs have been recorded by many artists, including Steve Earle, Billy Bragg, and Vince Gill. During this time he recorded his first two records: We Won't Dance on Wild Twin Records in 1986 and the critically acclaimed Everywhere produced by Stewart Lerman. He also met Earl Shuman, who secured Trooper's first publishing deal with CBS Songs. Trooper's records caught the attention of Steve Earle, who recorded Trooper's "Little Sister", and Vince Gill, who covered the title track from Trooper's "We Won't Dance" on his 1989 release "When I Call Your Name". Tallent produced Trooper's 1996 album Noises in the Hallway and released it on his D'Ville Record Group label. Popular Demons followed in 1998, on Koch Records and produced by Buddy Miller.
There, the Greg Trooper Band released their debut record, We Won’t Dance in 1986. Three years later, Vince Gill recorded the title track for his album When I Call Your Name. Very sorry to hear that Greg Trooper has passed away. Billy Bragg (ybragg) January 15, 2017. In the liner notes of Trooper’s 2003 album, Floating, Earle wrote the following: I met Troop at the Lone Star Café in New York in the summer of 1986. I was hammered when I got there and in even worse shape when I left. When I came to on an airplane halfway back to Nashville the next day, the only thing I could remember was one amazing song call ‘Little Sister. It) was ‘Little Sister’ that made me jealous.
Trooper (Official), Vancouver, British Columbia.
If I Can't Live in Paradise, I Can't Live Anywhere at All. We Won't Dance. All The Way to Amsterdam. Mary of The Scots In Queens.
Greg Trooper (January 13, 1956 – January 15, 2017) was an American singer-songwriter. His songs have been recorded by many artists, including Steve Earle, Billy Bragg and Vince Gill. Trooper was born in Neptune Township, New Jersey, and raised in nearby Little Silver. He studied at the University of Kansas.
Credits:Larry Campbell - Guitar, Violin, Vocals
Greg Shirley - Bass, Vocals
Walter Thompson - Drums
Greg Trooper - Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Greg Trooper Band - Primary Artist