Great article by New Times’ Lee Zimmerman - click the link above to view it!
Ya gotta give a guy credit for sheer perseverance when he's plied his craft for the past 30 years and still managed to retain his sense of humor. That's Grant Livingston in a nutshell, a local musician, observer, and philosopher who celebrates all things Florida in song.
A favorite at innumerable coffeehouses, benefits, house concerts, workshops and wherever else folk music is still celebrated, Livingston's become a veritable fixture on the South Florida scene, with an appeal that encompasses all ages, styles, and demographics. An adroit entertainer, he integrates his songs with wry commentary in true folkie tradition, sprinkling in ditties about road trios, pie eating, barnacles, armadillos, and even the planning of his own funeral amidst his various topics of discussion.