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Old 01-06-2017, 11:08 PM   #41
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Old 01-07-2017, 10:50 PM   #42
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This kid is 13 years old when the video was made, phenomenal guitar player.
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A few of my favorites I'd think some may not have heard.


I'd like to do everything in my life as passionately as Freddie plays that guitar.


He's got a lot of good stuff.


Also lots of great stuff


Chris Knight has a great catalogue.

By what I posted you'd think I'm a die hard Texas music fan. Chris Knight is from KY like myself but he spends half the year touring in Texas. I must share musical interests with those of the Lone Star State I guess. Some others: Whiskey Myers, Ben Knight, Chris Stapleton (I know he's huge now but his previous band was great too.) Don't see why anyone downs ppl's musical preferences. I like music of literally every genre from Marley to Metallica. If you feel the music you feel it.
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I'm only 29 I often try to think if I could go back and see an act that is no longer around who would I see. The Highwaymen would be a top 3.
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Some of my favorites. I'm pretty much into red dirt country, folk/Americana ( I believe it's called) just as long as it's not the new pop country!

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Those your favorites? ........
KHYI the Range Give 'em a whirl you'll probabbly like it. They play the first two on your list
"Today's Country is Disco"
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KHYI the Range Give 'em a whirl you'll probabbly like it. They play the first two on your list
"Today's Country is Disco"
Great station there! I'll have to play it tomorrow at work.... too bad we don't have any like that this far north. Just pop country or classic rock. If we aren't playing spotify or Pandora it's the local classic rock station.

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That's music?
If I have to listen to that song one more time .

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That stuff was music??

This is music. >>>





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