Below are all the songs, stories and artworks that have sprouted from this thread so far. Click on any image to dive in. When viewing an image, scroll down to see the info below it. All songs and images are copyrighted by their respective creators. No being a jerk!
Tracy Newman's touching song I Just See You, from the album of the same name by Tracy Newman and the Reinforcements, is the seed song for this thread. It prompted Bryan Dobson to make a drawing. You'll find at least three more Tracy Newman songs, written as part of the Now See Hear project, on this site.
Tracy Newman's song I Just See You inspired this drawing by Bryan Dobson of Long Beach, California. Bryan's drawing has prompted two songs so far: Riverside Cafe by Steve and Kristi Nebel, and Like You Used To Be by Steve Nebel, sans Kristi.
Bryan Dobson's drawing inspired this song by Steve and Kristi Nebel. It prompted a digital artwork by Danny Montooth. (Atypically, Steve Nebel had more thoughts on Bryan's drawing and wrote another song as well, Like You Used To Be.)
Steve Nebel's song Like You Used To Be inspired Montana artist Janet Jones to create this collage. Janet has created other artwork for NSH as well. This collage prompted Nick Smith to write a story and Judi Jaeger (of Jaeger & Reid) to write a song.
Nick Smith's story Photo Of A Photo inspired Los Angeles artist Jennifer Flack (Instagram @iwillartonyourwalls) to create this drawing. It prompted Jan Seides to write the song Bring Me Roses. Jennifer has more artwork in the NSH project, visible on other threads.
Janet Jones's collage inspired Judi Jaeger to write this song so that Jaeger & Reid could perform it. Jaeger & Reid are all over the NSH project, with songs in at least two other threads. Lucky NSH! This one prompted Angela Durkan to create a print and Terry Braunstein to create a photomontage.
Jaeger & Reid's song I'm Home inspired regular NSH contributor Angela Durkan of Los Angeles to create the project's first-ever linoleum block print. (It's the project's second triptych; the first was also made by Angela.)