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Another great album by Wyatt. Love it from to bottom, especially dig A Soldier Comes home and Brand New Love. With so many shallow, poorly written songs hitting the airwaves, it nice to see you can still find great writers and singers like Wyatt touring the countryside and sharing their craft. Cool story behind Wyatt also. I saw him performing in a small town folk fest and knew he was special so I goggled him. Been a fan ever since! I have a feeling, Nashville will be calling on a few of these cuts, how can they not!

Such a great talent!

Such heartfelt music! Great job Wyatt!


Genre: Alternative Folk

Years Active:

Producer, record executive, songwriter, singer, and session musician Wyatt Easterling grew up in Chapel Hill, NC, and released his debut album, Both Sides of the Shore, on Moonlight Records (an imprint of Warner Bros.) in 1981. The album was not a commercial success, but Easterling moved to Nashville and began striving to make his way in the country music business in whatever way he could. While looking for another record deal, he worked for song publishers. In 1990, he became head of A&R at...
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