Songwriter, singer, backup musician, producer, musical director, voice actor: some of the hats the artists on stage at the Lobero for the May edition of Sings Like Hell have worn, and worn them very well. Eric Anderson’s career as a singer songwriter began in 1960’s Greenwich Village and he has a prolific catalog of songs including many hits, not a few of which were covered by the likes of Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, the Grateful Dead, Judy Collins and Linda Ronstadt. Danny Kortchmar, Steve Postell and Dan Navarro are great songwriters in their own rights, but are best known for collaborating with a large roster of stars of American pop, rock and folk. An evening of mighty fine folk and rock & roll. With Russ Kunkel, Bob Glaub on bass and guest Tarigh Akoni on stinging Strat.