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Jeff Carson

Known for such Billboard Nation Music Chart strikes as “THE AUTOMOBILE,” “TRUE TO LIFE (I Hardly ever Was the Same Once again)”, and “Not really on Your Like,” this nation singer released 3 albums — Jeff Carson, Butterfly Kisses, and TRUE TO LIFE — before ending his performing career in ’09 2009. After taking part in many talent tournaments during his senior high school years in Gravette, Arkansas, he increased to popularity in the middle-1990s following release of the #69 one, “Yeah Pal,” accompanied by a #1 chart-topping strike, “Not on your own Like.” After launching some commercially unsuccessful music, he retired in the music business and pursued another career being a Franklin, Tennessee officer. Though delivered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, he was raised in Arkansas. Afterwards, while surviving in Branson, Missouri, he wedded Kim Cooper; the few eventually relocated to Nashville, Tennessee. A songwriter and a vocalist, he helped compose nation musician Craig Morgan’s 2003 tune “Where Provides My Hometown Eliminated.”

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