Join us at noon today as we talk to and listen to the music of David George and Erik Voeks on Facebook Live’s Sessions.
George is a singer-songwriter from Kansas City. He has been part of the Kansas City music community since the mid-1990s and part of several bands, including Deege, Moaning Lisa, and David George and a Crooked Mile.
George wrote the song “Hey, Kansas City,” which was used for one season as the Kansas City Chiefs’ touchdown song.
Erik Voeks (rhymes with “wakes”) is a musician and songwriter from New South Wales, Australia. He moved to St. Louis in 1989, and then to Kansas City.
He has been a member of several Kansas City bands, including Hidden Pictures and the Gaslights. He has released two EPs and a solo record, “So the Wind Won’t Blow It All Away,” which came out in 2016 on Hanky Panky Records.