Home Articles Writers & Poets Torn Screen Door ArticlesWriters & Poets Torn Screen Door By Bill Kauffman - December 7, 2010 3 Reading Time: < 1 Facebook Twitter Email Print Brooklyn’s bridge to (North) Americana, Brian Frizzell, sends a link to the fierce and mournful “Torn Screen Door” by the Scottish-Canadian singer/songwriter David Francey. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Nightstand On the Front Porch with Ursula Le Guin The Barbershop Shakespeare and the Pastoral Idyll The Nightstand Work and Prayer: The Brief Friendship of Thomas Merton and Wendell Berry Region & Place Graced Grit: A Hymn-laced Eulogy to True Grit Author Charles Portis Politics & Power What Makes Places Great?: A Hypothetical Dialogue between G.K. Chesterton and Milton Friedman The Nightstand Puppets and Portraits: Two Victorians 3 COMMENTS Huzzah! David Francey is great. I saw him in concert and he brought the house down. Check out “Ashtabula,” “Skating Rink” and “Broken Glass” on youtube. “Green Fields” is also great though all I can find on youtube is a (very good) cover. He was a construction worker most of his life. ditto Huzzah! Comments are closed.