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John & Audrey Wiggins

John (b. 13 Oct 1962, Nashville, Tennessee, USA) and Audrey Wiggins’ (b. 26 Dec 1967, Ashville, NEW YORK, USA) dad, Johnny Wiggins, visited Nashville in 1960 in the wish to become a country superstar, but he finished up generating Ernest Tubb’s trainer and starting his concerts as ‘The Performing Bus Drivers’. When Audrey was just 12 years of age he was presented by Tubb on the Grand Ole Opry and sang ‘Lovesick Blues’. In 1981 John and Audrey, along with Clinton Gregory, became the home band in the Stompin’ Floor in Maggie Valley, NEW YORK. They shifted to Nashville with small success, although these were ultimately authorized by Mercury Information. Their dad was wiped out in a vehicle accident right before their debut recording was produced. Audrey generally requires the business lead vocals plus they experienced US country graph achievement with ‘Fallin’ Out Of Like’ and ‘Offers Anybody Noticed Amy’. Carrying out a very long absence through the recording scene, the greater up-tempo and industrial The Dream premiered in 1997.

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