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Shane Dwight & Ethan Hanson Sit On The Couch

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We will get to hook up with Shane Dwight whose last appearance got waylaid.

 

Over the past 10 years, Shane Dwight has performed over 2,000 live shows, released seven CDs, been a repeat performer on the Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise (West Coast and East Coast), and performed at some of the biggest music festivals around the world.

 

Born in the San Jose, CA area on a farm, the music was a mix of Willie, Hank and Waylon out on the ranch and Ozzy and Zeppelin in the house.

 

A few years back, Nashville called and Shane left California and his world has never been the same.

His latest album, A Hundred White Lies was written during the time his marriage was ending and 11 of the 12 songs are originals that come from the dark place of Shane's life at the time.

We will get to chat with Shane about his life, where he is heading and what he is seeking on this journey.  All that and tuneage from his album.

Then Ethan Hanson takes a seat on The Couch.

Only 21, Hanson is quickly following the path laid out by artists such as John Mayer, Jonny Lang and Jason Mraz.

Having opened up for major acts like Hootie & The Blowfish and JoJo, Ethan is a true artist and creator of music.

With Jan Smith, the same vocal coach used by artists like Justin Bieber, Mariah Carey and Usher, he’s not only catching the attention of Fayetteville, as noted by his sold-out shows and the Fayetteville Observer’s quote of the musician, saying, "Oh yeah, the boy can play", but this talented musician and “old soul” is on the brink of breaking out nationally.

We will chat with Ethan about his journey so far and where he is hoping his career path leads whie checking out some of his music.

Come take a seat on The Couch and "Meet Musicians You Should Know"

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