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The Christ (A Song for Joseph)

Billy Dean

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I just discovered this guy existed!

Thank you iTunes for allowing me to discover Billy Dean. And to add to my ever-growing Christmas CD collection. This guy's voice is so sincere and real; and his songs are heartfelt and sincere and beautiful. I highly recommend this CD to anyone who loves folk or country music. Merry Christmas!

Beautiful CD!

Billy Dean's voice is so sincere and honest, and his take on these beautiful traditional holiday classics makes for an outstanding CD! Take a listen, I think you'll agree.

The Christ (A Song For Joseph)

This is a deeply moving song... tuching your heart strings and your Faith. Just Beautiful!

Biography

Born: April 2, 1962 in Quincy, FL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Billy Dean received a basketball scholarship to attend East Central Junior College in Decatur, MS, where he majored in physical education, but instead of wearing a whistle around his neck, he opted for a guitar strap. Inspired by Merle Haggard, Marty Robbins, and Dean Martin, he played the club circuit along the Gulf Coast in Florida and used national talent contests as a vehicle for his music. He made the finals of the Wrangler Country Star Search in 1982, then won as a Male Vocalist champ on Ed...
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