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You know me I love to post music on my blog updates! LOL As always you also know my love and passion for the classics! So I w...
You know me I love to post music on my blog updates! LOL As always you also know my love and passion for the classics! So I w...
I am so proud to post this video for my friend Eric Lee Beddingfield! As you know Eric is the singer of "The Gospel Acco...
I am so proud to post this video for my friend Eric Lee Beddingfield! As you know Eric is the singer of "The Gospel Acco...
Hope everyone is having a GREAT weekend plus I hope you had a good work week! Gearing up for the Daytona 500 tomorrow!! I thi...
Hope everyone is having a GREAT weekend plus I hope you had a good work week! Gearing up for the Daytona 500 tomorrow!! I thi...
That last post got me on a George and Merle kick!! I am so proud of them both!! No doubt two of my hero's!!! I've had the cha...
That last post got me on a George and Merle kick!! I am so proud of them both!! No doubt two of my hero's!!! I've had the cha...
Hope you have a GREAT weekend!! It's been a busy week hasn't it?? Mom flew in yesterday for a few days so it should be a grea...
Hope you have a GREAT weekend!! It's been a busy week hasn't it?? Mom flew in yesterday for a few days so it should be a grea...
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Smith has seen firsthand the impact his music has on fans as he’s toured extensively with Darius Rucker, Dierks Bentley and Florida Georgia Line. “Love You Like That” has proven to be a fan favorite as it hit #1 on the radio charts in the Summer of 2015 and continues to garner extensive airplay and has become one of the best-selling singles of 2015, selling more than 750,000 tracks. “We started thinking about cool metaphors like the flow of the Mississippi,” Smith says recalling his co-writing session with Brett and Jim Beavers. “That river moves pretty slow, and we thought that’d be a sexy line to talk about loving somebody that slowly. It was one of those moments where you’re going for it, reaching, digging as deep as we could for metaphors and at the end of the day we had no idea this would be a hit single. You just never know, but it definitely felt special in the moment.”

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