Richard Daigle- 1.26.23
As a retired writer/editor, it made sense for Richard Daigle to become a songwriter. A late bloomer, he began writing songs in earnest in his late 50s, drawing inspiration from his favorite artist and one-time dinner companion, John Prine. While a reporter for a small paper in coastal Georgia, he interviewed Prine and accepted a dinner invitation. A song about that experience, “John Prine, A Friend of Mine,” is on his inaugural album, “Average Joe.” He worked on his stage skills at The Velvet Note in Alpharetta, GA, a noted jazz club that held a weekly open mic night for any genre of music, even a singer/songwriter with quirky Americana/folk/country songs that were far removed from jazz standards. After moving to Chattanooga in 2019, he continued playing open mics and gigs at various venues as well as songwriter nights in Nashville. Daigle is now a regular performer at Puckett’s and other Chattanooga venues, delighting audiences with both funny and poignant songs.
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