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One In A Row

by Buddy Jewell

One of a kind collector's CD! OWN Buddy's original version/recording of "Help Pour Out The Rain" (Lacey's Song) and MORE!
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Abilene On Her Mind
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2. The Whiskey and the Wind
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3. Lacey's Song
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4. Through the Eyes of A Fool
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5. One In A Row
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6. Mail Myself To Mexico
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7. That'll Never Happen To Us
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8. Any Other Woman
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9. Left At the Light
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10. Addicted To the Rain
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11. Wichita Falls Woman
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12. Happiness Is An Inside Job
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Dreams come true. We've all heard that. So, after winning the Dallas regional ALABAMA June Jam Talent Search and a couple of wins as Male Vocalist Champion on Ed McMahon's StarSearch, Buddy Jewell packed up his family and headed to Nashville to make his dream come true.
A native Arkansan, Buddy's earliest recollection of music was associated with the radio in his parents' old blue Dodge. "I must have been about four years old " recalls Buddy, "and I remember trying to look inside the radio dial, hoping to catch a glimpse of the "little people" that I thought lived in there! I figured there must have been at least 100 of them because of all those different voices and sounds coming out of that little box in the dashboard. And all the time, I was wondering how they got to be so small and wishing I could get in there with them. Talk about a vivid imagination!"
Later on, Buddy put that vivid imagination to work. When he was 14, he bought his first guitar for $10 from a schoolmate. "My uncle Clyde taught me three chords and how to play "What A Friend We Have In Jesus". Buddy bought some song books with money he earned bagging groceries at the local supermarket, started writing his own songs and a few years later, his self-penned "Mississippi Blue" won the Arkansas Songwriter's Association award for Country Song of the Year. In 1997, his Christian Country co-write "Once and For All" went to #1 on the CCMA charts for four weeks.
Now, after paying his dues in dance halls and honky tonks from Albuquerque to Atlanta, Buddy knows what it takes to become one of the "little people in the radio". Since his arrival in Music City, Buddy has become one of the top studio vocalists in town, singing on nearly 3000 recordings to date. He has worked for the absolute best writers that Nashville, L.A. and New York have to offer including the likes of Don Schlitz, Carol Bayer Sager, Aaron Barker, Steve Seskin, Mark D. Sanders and the godfather of country tune-smiths, the late Harlan Howard.
In 1999, Buddy was "the voice" behind country comedian Bill Engvall's hit single and video "I'm A Cowboy". Buddy has gained the coveted reputation of being a "singer's singer". He has earned the admiration and respect of such great artists/singers as George Strait, Alan Jackson, Joe Diffie, Tammy Cochran, Leslie Satcher, Collin Ray, Trace Adkins, Michael Peterson and Larry Stewart (Restless Heart), as well as country music legends George Jones, Bill Anderson and Porter Wagoner.


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Sasymommy

Great Music,
This is a great CD to listen to no matter what your doing. The mix will lift your sprits and relax you all at the same time.If your looking for some great country music One in a Row should be your choice.

Lindy (age 6)

It's sooo cool!!
I am six and I think Buddy Jewell is AWESOME and I love it. I listen to your music everyday! My FAVORITE song is O'RILEY LUCK!! IT'S GREAT!!

Shane Casello

Awesome CD, Not a bad song on the disc.
Every song on this album is great, nicely written and exceptional sound quality, not what you would expect from a non major release. Title track best of all, along with Lacey's song.

Michael D. Dowdy

The 21st Century King Of Country Music
Buddy Jewell is the 21st Century King Of Country Music in the footsteps of 20th Century Country Superstars such Garth Brooks, Randy Travis, Tim McGraw ,George Strait, & George Jones. His wonderful country songs are all well written and sung by this great country singer!

Charlotte diCenzo

Great new voice on the forefront
Wonderful original songs that showcase Buddy Jewell's voice.

pat seattle slew

awesome both cd's
every song is a hit. I love this man's voice. I love country music first, but his two cd's are never far from my reach because every song paints a picture!

nanhow

you will like every track
I was prompted to buy Buddy's cds from his website after
I watched the first Nashville Star episode! One In A Row
was such a surprise! How often do you get a cd that you like every single track? Wish Music Row would have paid attention to him years ago!

Juanita Ford


the best singer songwriter to come along since alan jackson

Juanita Ford


the best singer songwriter to come along since alan jackson

Dewey

Great Albums , Great Singer
I watched you on the contest show a few years ago you were great then I got the first album as soon as it came out I still have it and listen to certain songs every so often when I want to hear good country music thanks
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