Dave Potts | One Night In The South

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One Night In The South

by Dave Potts

Songs about the endearing charm of small-town life. Named 4th place for New Folk Album of the Year by Just Plain Folks. "epitomizes the definition of a true singer/songwriter." -Singer Magazine
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. A Day To Remember
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2. One Night In The South
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3. Black Coffee
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4. One Mississippi
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5. Railroad Town
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6. When I See Your Face
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7. Mulberry Lane
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8. Back To Jackson
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9. Martin
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10. Deep Enough
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11. Catching Up
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12. South Side Diner
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Album Notes
Review from Singer Magazine - Dec. 2003
"Every once in a while, I preview a CD that seems to get stuck in my CD player. By choice, mind you. I just have to lean back and soak it in. Dave Potts' latest CD 'One Night In The South' is one of those discs. Speaking directly to my heart, Potts music mixes life's crossroads with a personal spiritual journey that epitomizes the definition of a true singer/songwriter."

The new CD from 2003 and 2004 Kerrville New Folk finalist Dave Potts is his most accomplished recording to date. This CD was recently nominated for New Folk Album of the Year by Just Plain Folks, where it won 4th place. The song 'A Day To Remember' was named the winner of the New Folk Song of the Year Contest. In the eight years since Dave began his career, he has released 7 CD's, and performed in over 40 states. His resume includes a Top 12 DIY from Performing Songwriter Magazine, and performances at many of the countries most respected listening rooms, such as the Bluebird Café in Nashville and Atlanta's Eddie's Attic.

'One Night In The South', produced by Rob Seals of Greensboro, NC, features some of the finest musicians in the Southeast, including Derek Jones (Nickel Creek) on bass, and percussionist Dale Baker (Sixpence None The Richer). Dave's acoustic guitar style and soothing vocals have earned him a loyal following throughout the country. His songwriting, which has won him numerous awards in the past year, shines on this newest collection of 12 songs. From his signature stories of small town life in the South, to songs of faith and love, Dave has earned comparisons to songwriting legends such as James Taylor and David Wilcox.

2003, 2004, 2006, 2007 Kerrville New Folk Finalist

2005 International Acoustic Music Awards
1st place winner - Folk/Americana/Roots category

'A Day To Remember' winner of the 2004 New Folk Song of the Year by Just Plain Folks

2007 South Florida Folk Fest Songwriting Contest Winner
2003 Telluride Troubadour Finalist
2003 Kerrville New Folk Finalist
2003 Mountain Valley Arts Fest 1st Place - Folk & Acoustic
2003 Suwannee Springfest - 2nd Place
2003 Mountain Stage New Song Festival Semi-Finalist
2002 Performing Songwriter Magazine Top 12 DIY


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One of the best acoustic singer songwriters
If you love acoustic singer songwriter style Dave is one of the very best I've ever heard. His CD's are those rare ones that will help you settle back, relax and treasure time and time again.

Dan Germano

A new classic! The kind of record David Wilcox needs to make now.
Dave Potts just has a marvelous voice. My wife says it's like a flannel blanket. If that's so we love to wrap ourselves in the great stories of small town living on this CD. So good! I own 'Days Like These' which is Dave Potts' last CD and loved the intimate acoustic feel of that one. This CD manages to remain just as intimate feeling but the production is big and deep and warm. Lush electric guitars, groovy percussion like a hip new record, but traditional leaning with mandolin and acoustic guitars and dobro like Allison Krauss and Union Station. We can't get enough of this record. Fits right in our CD changer along with Marc Cohn, Patty Griffin, David Wilcox, Allison Krauss, John Mayer and sounds just as strong. This CD would make a great gift; definitely something for everyone. I can't wait for the next Dave Potts CD!

Chris Foster

After listening to all of Dave's CD's
This CD is indicative of an evolving songwriter who just gets better and better. Very professional quality, Incredible substance. Its a keeper.