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All to You...Live

Lincoln Brewster

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GREAT!!!

Love it!

Absolutely Incredible

Hands down the most awesome and inspiring guitar work and vocals I've ever heard live. The songs lyrically will take you to that secret place. I don't think there are many days that go by without listening to all or a part of this masterpiece. My fellow musicians are tired of hearing me talk about this work of art. I had to own everything else by Lincoln after hearing this one!

Awesome

I must say that this album is one of the best I ever heard, it capture my mind since the very first day I bought it. the guitar sounds great..The words and music of each song takes you to another level of Praise. Buy it..... n..... LET THE PRAISES RING.

Biography

Born: July 30, 1971 in AK

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Born in Fairbanks, Alaska, in 1971, guitarist/singer/songwriter Lincoln Brewster was playing drums, guitar, and mandolin by the age of seven. By 12 he was fronting his own band, Lincoln & the Missing Links, with his mother Cheryl on bass and vocals. He moved to California at 15 and joined the high school jazz and marching band. By 19, through a series of connections in Los Angeles, he had the opportunity to sign a major-label record contract but found that his personal life was spinning out of...
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