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Troy Seals

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He recorded two albums being a ’70s single musician and played electric guitar on many famous periods, but Troy Seals is most beneficial referred to as a nation songwriter. Through the ’70s, he documented with Doug Kershaw and Lonnie Mack, and released an record each for Atlantic and CBS aswell. His strike compositions consist of “Rattle the Home windows” (Shenandoah), “I WILL NOT Want You Anymore (Generally & Forever)” (Randy Travis), “Don’t Consider It Apart” (Conway Twitty), “From Seven Right up until Ten” (Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn), “Two Aged Felines Like Us” (Hank Williams, Jr.), “Bits of MY ENTIRE LIFE” (Elvis Presley), and “Boogie Woogie Nation Guy” (Jerry Lee Lewis).

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Full Name Troy Seals
Profession Singer, Songwriter, Guitarist
Nationality American
Awards Academy of Country Music Award for Song of the Year
Music Songs Bringing Up The Guitar, Mama Hold My Hand, Gittin' A Little Hipper, There Was A Time
Nominations Country Music Association Award for Song of the Year, Grammy Award for Best Country Song


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