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James Hand

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A local story in West Tx, James Hands spent the greater part of 4 decades composing and taking part in pure honky tonk nation before he earned any significant interest beyond your Lone Star Condition, when Rounder Information released his 1st nationally distributed album, 2006’s THE REALITY Will Collection You Free. Wayne Hand was created in 1952 in Waco, TX, and created a enthusiasm for nation music early in existence, joining a music group which was playing regional roadhouses at age 12. While Hands adored music, 15 dollars a night time and free ale weren’t enough to maintain body and spirit collectively, and he used a career like a equine trainer. (Hands says of his use animals, “People become it’s some big offer, like this entire equine whispering point. But I’ll let you know something — it is possible to whisper to ’em, you may get down on your own knees and become ’em, however the equine understands you ain’t a equine.”) But over time, Hand kept composing tunes and playing them at several Lone Star honky tonks, and gradually he received a subsequent of loyal supporters, including Willie Nelson, Ray Cost, Ray Benson (of Asleep in the Steering wheel), and famous University or college of Texas soccer trainer Darrell K. Royal. In 1996, Hands cut his 1st album, Shadows Where in fact the Magic Was, for a little regional label; the recording earned solid evaluations, and his next work, 2000’s Evil Items, fared better still. In 2005, term about Hand’s function finally started to pass on east, as well as the venerable origins music label Rounder Information signed Hand to some recording agreement. Hand’s first recording for Rounder, THE REALITY Will Arranged You Free of charge, was made by Lloyd Maines and strike stores within the springtime of 2006. Another Rounder release, Darkness on the floor, followed in ’09 2009.

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Full Name James Hand
Profession Football player
Nationality American
Music Songs In the Corner, at the Table, by the Jukebox, Little Bitty Slip, Baby, Baby, Don't Tell Me That, Floor To Crawl, Shadows Where the Magic Was, Over There, That's Frank, Old Man Henry, When You Stopped Loving Me, So Did I, Just A Heart, If I Live Long Enough to Heal, The Truth Will Set You Free, I Wear the Scars, Don't Depend On Me, Leave the Lonely Alone, Lesson in Depression, Men Like Me Can Fly, Evil Things, I've Got a Lot of Hiding Left to Do, Why Didn't You Hold Me?, Don't Want Me Too, What Little I Got Left, Cuttin' Down, Ain't A Goin', Midnight Run, Now Not Later, Please Me When You Can, Mighty Lonesome Man, Lord Above, Leavin' For Good, The Parakeet, The Pain of Loving You, Wish You Would Kiss Me
Albums Mighty Lonesome Man, Shadow On The Ground, Stormclouds in Heaven, Evil Things, Live From the Saxon Pub, The Truth Will Set You Free
Nominations Independent Music Award for Best Album - Country, Independent Music Award for Best Song - Story, Independent Music Award for Best Album - Bluegrass, Independent Music Award for Best Song - Bluegrass
Movies Thank You a Lot


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Soundtrack

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Thank You a Lot 2014 performer: "The Banks of The Brazos", "I Need It Now And Not Later", "You Almost Fell", "Favorite Fool", "Shadows Where The Magic Was" / writer: "I Need It Now And Not Later", "You Almost Fell", "Favorite Fool", "Shadows Where The Magic Was" - as James Edward Hand Jr. / writer: "The Banks of The Brazos" - as James Edward Hand, Jr.

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Thank You a Lot 2014 James Hand

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Road to Austin 2014 Documentary Himself

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