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D.C. Bloom has long had his way with words. Well before he ever wrote his first song, D.C. was turning phrases and writing speeches for folks like the director of the FBI, Fortune 50 CEOs, a failed candidate for governor of Massachusetts and myriad other muckety-mucks. But after attending a songwriting workshop at the Kerrville Folk Festival, D.C. wrote a song a week for two years running, rising at 5 a.m. before heading off to his day job as a wordsmith to captains of industry and heads of government bureaucracies. The professional speechwriter was slowly becoming a bona fide singer/songwriter. Besides, the witty Bloom wordplay and his slightly skewed quirkiness weren’t always fully appreciated by his buttoned down clients. “You can only cast your proverbial pearls before those proverbial swine for so long,” D.C. says. “The natural progression seemed to be to put chords to my stuff and take the stage myself.”