Songwriter, Beck, Sells His Home In Record Time for $2.9 Million

The world renowned songwriter/musician, Beck, reportedly sold his home in Santa Monica for well over the asking price, only days after putting his house on sale. Although Beck had only lived in the house for less than 6 months they must have decided that selling and making a few hundred thousand dollars off of the Hot Santa Monica real estate market was the wisest thing to do; Not that they needed the money. Beck reportedly has a net worth of over $25 million dollars. He’s accumulated most of his wealth singing, writing, and most importantly, selling smash hits worldwide.


So where did Beck decide to purchase, once he closed on the sale of his home in California?  Best guess is that he’s going to upgrade.  That’s the trend these days in real estate, always be upgrading.  Money flows like water in the entertainment industry, and what a better way to satisfy the need to spend the money that’s “burning a hole” in their pockets than to purchased the highest priced home within or out side of their budget.  We do hope the best for Beck and his family, and hope they find a home that suites their needs.

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A shortlist of a few of David Dondero’s Songs



David Dondero has written many songs; and to put it lightly, he has been labeled a very gifted songwriter of his time, but many people don’t know who he is, so we decided to create a short post about Mr. Dondero, to make the general public aware of a few of his well-known songs that he wrote:

  1. South of the South
  2. The Stars Are My Chandelier
  3. If You Break My Heart
  4. When the Heart Breaks Deep
  5. Less Than the Air
  6. I’ve Seen the Love

Here are a few more songs that we found that, when listened to carefully, will give proof as to by he is an NPR acclaimed song writer:

  1. Going Back to Wilmington
  2. Simple Love
  3. Brownsville Revival
  4. Jackson Crosses
  5. Rubber Tree Cane
  6. Train Hop Flop
  7. The Waiter
  8. The Lonesomeness That Kills
  9. One Legged Man and the Three Legged Dog
  10. Analysis of a 1970′s Divorce
  11. Let Go the Past
  12. Pity Party

Stay tuned for more updates and musings on David Dondero and his music.

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