Moonlight still 'feels right' - podcast interview with songwriter Bruce Blackman of Starbuck
Dakota Spotlight took a break from true crime recently to speak with musician, artist and composer Bruce Blackman, the man behind the 1976 pop hit Moonlight Feels Right. The song is featured throughout season four of Dakota Spotlight, Chasing Billy, a pursuit for justice for William Wolf Jr.
In this bonus Dakota Spotlight podcast episode, host James Wolner steps away from true crime for a few minutes to speak with singer/songwriter Bruce Blackman .
Blackman's song Moonlight Feels Right is featured throughout season four of Dakota Spotlight
Blackman talks about his life, his music, the 1976 pop hit and recalls freezing on stage in Fargo, North Dakota in 1977.
Listen to the interview with Bruce Blackman
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