Michael Howitt

Jakob Dylan wrote this song when he was 18 and considers it the first real song he ever wrote. It was based on his days living in New York City, in particular the homeless man who would sit outside Dylan’s window and play the same songs every day. One day, the man was gone, but his things were still there, until gradually people started taking them. This is a cover of “6th Avenue Heartache” by The Wallflowers.

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