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Finally!!!

It's so great to see Billy Pilgrim finally available on iTunes. I've been waiting to get these songs back in rotation! These songs are the soundtrack to my college years - and they bring me right back into my dorm room!

Want to hear more of Kristian Bush?

He teams with Jennifer Nettles in Sugarland!

Great album by Andrew Hyra and Kristian Bush! Glad to finally see it on iTunes.

This album was recorded in 1993 as the Atlanta duo Billy Pilgrim's debut album at Nickel and Dime Studios with Don McCollister producing and Hugh Padgham mixing the record. My personal favorites are "Hurricane Season", "Insomniac" and "Try". Bush has obviously gone on to stardom with Sugarland but I highly recommend Billy Pilgrim's 2 albums.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Kristian Bush and Andrew Hyra first began working together in 1990, when Hyra and his sister Annie recorded the down-home folk album Big Back Porch Songs as the Hyras. Bush contributed guitar and backup vocals to several songs, and the Hyras returned the favor that same year, guesting on Bush's self-titled solo album. Though Big Back Porch Songs has never been released, Kristian Bush was given a cassette-only release around Knoxville, TN, the duo's home. St. Christopher's Crossing appeared the following...
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