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Hugh Moffatt

Country-folk singer/songwriter Hugh Moffatt penned many big strikes for other nation artists through the ’70s and ’80s prior to making his personal critically acclaimed single records. Moffatt was created in Fort Well worth, TX, in 1948 and performed traditional piano and jazz trumpet during his teenager years. While learning English …

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Johnny Dowd

Vocalist/songwriter Johnny Dowd was nearly 50 when Wrong Part of Memphis, his debut single record of wracked country-folk-rock music, drew evaluations to Nick Cave in the choice press. To some level, that parallel was justified, as Wrong Part of Memphis dedicated itself to murder tracks and stories of doomed sinners. …

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Gary Morris

The romantic ballads of Texas-born Gary Morris were staples of country radio within the 1980s — non-e way more than “The Blowing wind Beneath My Wings,” that was included in Bette Midler later on within the decade and became a song heard at weddings maybe more regularly than some other. …

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