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EP 63: Muscadine Bloodline "Crickets and Cane Poles"

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Nashville Hits Collecting Dust

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Self-described “Unapologetically Alabama”, Charlie Muncaster and Gary Stanton, of the Alabama duo Muscadine Bloodline, grew up 5 minutes down the road from each other in Mobile. Later meeting in college, They quickly developed a strong bond and sound built on co-written harmonies, deep beautiful lyrics, and a strong work ethic.  Each accomplished musicians in their own right, having opened separately for artists such as Brad Paisley, Cole Swindell, Chris Knight and Bucky Covington, Together as Muscadine Bloodline they are making it happen with a full schedule of tour dates at locations across the country.  In this episode of Nashville Hits Collecting Dust, hear their song “Crickets and Cane Poles” and understand how they are building strong relationships in the music business.

https://muscadinebloodline.com

In my 15 years living in Nashville, I have been fortunate to watch a lot of friends like Kip Moore, Brett Eldredge, Florida Georgia Line, A Thousand Horses, Michael Ray and more, start their journeys with a back pack and a dream and end up being a huge success in country music.

Yet the most frustrating part about being a friend and a fan to not just artist, but writers like Corey Crowder, Justin Weaver, Rick Huckaby, Westin Davis and many more, has been hearing amazing songs that will never leave the Nashville city limits.

Nashville Hits Collecting Dust" is a casual, entertaining hangout with friends telling stories, giving valuable advice, and playing great songs that otherwise would still be sitting in a database.

My guest are pure entrepreneurs that are living out their dream of being artist and full time songwriters.

Hear more at donaldjenkinsnow.com and @donaldsjenkins

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