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“What Do You Get” © 2001 by Christopher Kurtz, from the Clymer & Kurtz EP
Video by Andy Sams for Earth Day Every Day
An at-home Clymer & Kurtz performance of “Everybody’s Looking,” which is featured on their album Here Comes the Moon. “Everybody’s Looking” © 2016/20 by Christopher Clymer Kurtz

“‘Sixty Fifty-Five,’ included on the album Here Comes the Moon, was mostly written before COVID-19 made staying at home a national pastime; even under normal circumstances, a lot of our everyday work and play takes place in our home, with our home schooled kids scampering about. Side note: Numerology, in which we have zero interest, relates 60 to ‘family, home, and nurturing’ and 55 to ‘independence and personal freedom.’ We considered using our actual house number, but it didn’t rhyme so nicely.” “Sixty Fifty-Five” © 2020 by Christopher and Maria Clymer Kurtz

As performed for the memorial service of a friend who died much too young. “Brighter” is a Clymer & Kurtz 2020 rewrite of a 2002 original and is featured on the album Here Comes the Moon. © 2020 by Christopher and Maria Clymer Kurtz

Clymer & Kurtz perform “She Got Him” (© 2015 by Christopher and Maria Clymer Kurtz, from Here Comes the Moon) during a Songwriters in the Round that also featured Trent Wagler (The Steel Wheels) and Devon Sproule in Harrisonburg, VA. The February 13, 2020 event was hosted by the EMU Music Department and Composer Collective.
The Clymer & Kurtz original “Going Nowhere” is included on the their album Here Comes the Moon. “Going Nowhere” © 2020 by Christopher and Maria Clymer Kurtz

From the Clymer & Kurtz premiere concert at 292 N. Gallery in Harrisonburg, Virginia, three tracks included on the Clymer & Kurtz EP: “Stare” (© 2019) “Little Boy Gone” (© 2015) and “Simple Things” (© 2017) by Christopher and Maria Clymer Kurtz