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Shannon Lawson

Known for such nation music singles as “Goodbye on the Poor Day” and “Wish Your Way if you ask me,” this singer, songwriter, and guitarist released an album entitled Chase sunlight in 2002. An associate of a business of country music artists known as the MuzikMafia, he performed with many bluegrass rings, including a Kentucky-based group known as The Galoots. He still left college to execute using a Louisville-based blues group known as Best Hat. His debut single album, Chase sunlight, was made by Tag Wright, who also caused country vocalist Lee Ann Womack. He was raised in Taylorsville, Kentucky, and afterwards relocated to Nashville, Tennessee. He co-wrote “THEY ARE the nice Ole Times,” a melody performed by fellow nation singer Adam Otto.

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