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In the Summertime

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Remembering America's music

The Wrights have done a masterful job of capturing the memory of early American music: great vocals, simple guitar work and worthy lyrics. Wonderfully done. I hope there is more of this to come from the Wrights.

In the Summertime

What a wonderful reminder of music from the past blended with voices of today! The Wrights remind me of a lazy summer day at camp listening to the counceler play the guitar while we all chimmed in with various blends of harmony. Will be looking forward to listening during the winter months when it is cold outside and the stove keeps us warm inside.

The Wrights are wonderful and true to themselves

I always love their song choices they always get better with each listen! Highly recommend!

Biography

Formed: January, 1998

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '00s

The Wrights are the husband-and-wife country duo of Adam and Shannon Wright. Natives of southwest Georgia, both grew up in musical homes (Adam's uncle was country star Alan Jackson) and turned to country music at an early age. They met each other in 1998 when Adam filled in as a lead guitarist at one of Shannon's club gigs (she was a featured singer in a cover band) and the two began writing songs together almost immediately, eventually falling in love and marrying. The couple moved to Nashville...
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