The Bill Ledbetter Project | Always Come Home (Someday)

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Rock: Americana Blues: Blues-Rock Moods: Featuring Guitar
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Always Come Home (Someday)

by The Bill Ledbetter Project

Blistering blues-rock and gritty Americana define The Bill Ledbetter Projects's first release, a purging journey through a past troubled by uncertainty and the false hope of troubled relationships.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Always Come Home (Someday)
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2. Lost and Forgotten
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3. So Cool
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5:24 $0.99
4. I'm so Tired
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5. Storms
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6. Dancing On the Edge of Time
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Bill Ledbetter Project's (BLP) first release includes 5 of Bill's original tunes, and the song, "So Cool" co-written with his multi-talented writer/musician/artist friend, Jean Campbell. BLP is Bill on guitar and vocals and some of Birmingham, Alabama's A-List musicians. Long time musical partner and brother, Joe Ledbetter plays bass, John English provides smoking guitar work, and Matt Brennan lays down the impeccable grooves on drums. Troy Bland and Tom Thomas, both gifted multi-instrumentalists, lend their talents on this release. Troy plays piano and organ on 4 tracks and slide guitar on "I'm so Tired, and Tom provides the haunting fiddle on "Lost and Forgotten."


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