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Stacy Dean Campbell

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Vocalist/songwriter Stacy Dean Campbell was initially inspired to become musician by his dad Pal, a gospel vocalist. Elevated by his grandparents in Carlsbad, NM, he was raised enamored from the music of Marty Robbins, whose even crooning inspired Campbell’s very own vocal style. Inspired by his sibling Spencer, himself a specialist musician, Campbell transferred to Nashville to pursue a profession in nation, and soon gained a songwriting agreement with Tree Music. In 1992, he released his debut single record, Lonesome Wins Once again; the follow-up, the eclectic Harm City, made an appearance in 1995.

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Full Name Stacy Dean Campbell
Profession Singer-songwriter, Television presenter
Nationality American
Music Songs Lonesome Wins Again, Rosalee, Poor Man's Rose, Five Texas Dollars, Hurt City, Eight Feet High, Makin' Good Time, A Thousand Times, Baby Don't You Know, All the Winters We've Known, Rain Just Falls, One Little Teardrop, Sometimes She Forgets, One False Move, Bidding America Goodbye, Highway 90 West, Train Not Running, Gone by Now, That Blue Again, Would You Run, I'm Gonna Fly, Ashes of Old Love, That Ain't No Mountain, Honey I Do, Plastic Jesus, Why You Been Gone So Long, Troubadour, I Can Dream, Midnight Angel, Mind Over Matter, Some People, Pop a Top
Albums Lonesome Wins Again, Ashes of Old Love, Bronco Roads: Life in the West, Hurt City
TV Shows Bronco Roads, Troubadour, TX


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Troubadour, TX 2011 TV Series Host / Narrator

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