Pennsylvania local Curtis Wright was an associate from the Super Grit Cowboy Music group and sang back-up for Vern Gosdin, but he probably made additional money because the writer of strikes like Shenandoah’s “Next for you, Next if you ask me” and “Rock and roll My Baby.” He and regular co-writer Robert Ellis Orrall shaped Orrall & Wright in 1994.
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|The Water Game||2002||sound designer|
|Tail Lights Fade||1999||assistant foley editor|
|The Duke||1999||foley editor|
|Larger Than Life||1996||performer: "Home Sweet Honky Tonk" / writer: "Home Sweet Honky Tonk"|
|Three Shades of Black||2003||special effects/foley supervisor|
|Three Shades of Black||2003||post-production supervisor|
|Bubble Me||2007||Short faculty: VFS|
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