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Guy Walks into a Bar

John Eddie

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Awesome JE

Best of the best for the Old Faithful and soon to be favorite of the new listeners. Definitely a must have!!!

GREAT LIVE EDDIE! - but Track 1 Cut Off

Track 1 - "Gettin' Kinda Old" is cut off around 10 seconds into the song. PLEASE FIX!

Otherwise, this is a great compilation of early John Eddie...reminds of of the days I saw him playing the bars along the Jersey Shore. His newer country stuff is pretty good as well, but any true John Eddie fan will appreciate the early recordings - "Beautiful," "In Private," "Wonderful Life," "Pay Day" and "Suspicious Minds."

From a NJ member of the Old Faithful now in Texas...I wish the Lost American Thrill Show would make it's way to the North Dallas area!

Biography

Born: July 9, 1959

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Born in Richmond, VA, in 1959, John Eddie relocated to New Jersey as an adult to pursue his musical career. A popular live draw on the club scene, he was joined on-stage on occasion by Bruce Springsteen. Signing a record deal with CBS/Sony, his self-titled debut was well-received in 1986 with its blend of bar-room swagger and heartland rock. The infectious single "Jungle Boy" climbed to the middle portion of the Top 100 chart, but his sophomore effort failed to ignite, despite the attention he received...
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