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Ten Questions With Tony Arata

August 8 2013

Tony Arata was born in Savannah, Georgia and grew up on nearby Tybee Island. While studying for a journalism degree from Georgia Southern University, he began performing his original songs in local bands. In 1986, he and wife Jaymi moved to Nashville where his unique, soulful style began to get the attention of people like Allen Reynolds and Garth Brooks.
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Ten Questions With Pat Alger

March 8 2013

Pat Alger started writing songs and performing at Atlanta folk clubs. Moving to Woodstock, N.Y. in the '70s, he made three albums with the Woodstock Mountain Revue for Rounder Records and a duet album with guitarist Artie Traum. Pat had his first hit with Folk-Pop artist Livingston Taylor ("First Time Love") in 1980, then decided to move to Nashville.
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Ten Questions With Kris Kristofferson

January 9 2013

Kris Kristofferson's talents are as far-reaching as his impact on the musical landscape. Among his classic songs that have influenced generations of artists and music lovers are "Me and Bobby McGee," "Help Me Make It Through the Night," and "Sunday Morning Coming Down."
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