Stephen Gordin | Whiskey Nights

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Whiskey Nights

by Stephen Gordin

southern Rock delivered with powerful vocals and distinctive bluesy guitar licks
Genre: Rock: Southern Rock
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1. Whistle Stop Blues
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2. Run With Me
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3. Used to Be a Rocker
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4. Butt Kickin' Blues
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5. Can't You See
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6. You
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7. Whiskey Nights
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8. Together
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9. Simpler Me
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10. Can't Wait to See You Again
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Album Notes
Born from the countryside of South Carolina, Whiskey Nights is the second album released by blues-rock-man Stephen Gordin. Produced by Former Marshall Tucker Bass player Tim Lawter, the album features nine original songs and the work of some excellent musicians. Those players includes all star drummer Scotty Hawkins, keyboard player Brandi Williams, and former Tucker lead guitarist Rusty Milner. Full of energy and fun, Whiskey Nights is an album all Southern Rock fans will enjoy!


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Awesome CD!!!
This CD is great and I would recommend it to anyone out there that likes Southern Rock! Every track is worth listening to and full of energy!