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CD Review: Coy Bowles – Love Takes Flight

via Atlanta Music Guide When an integral player from a well known band launches a solo project, the artist knows they are taking a calculated risk. Coy Bowles of the famed Zac Brown Band is proving some risks are worth taking. Coy’s debut album on Southern Ground Records, Love Takes Flight, is a throaty mixture […]

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David Nail – “I’m About to Come Alive”

As a little Southern girl I was raised in church, often squirming on hard, unforgiving pews and distractedly swinging my feet clad in black patent-leather shoes and lacy white socks, my head slung back and staring up at the bright jewels of the stained glass windows. But it was always the music – the soaring […]

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Charlie Daniels

interview by Mike Hennessey Charlie Daniels, “Preachin’, Prayin’, Singin’” – Blue Hat Records, 2008 Charlie Daniels arrived in Nashville in 1967 with a wife, child, and a literal twenty dollar bill in his pocket. In a few short years, he was lending his fiddle to Bob Dylan’s seminal Nashville albums. Since then he has sold […]

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