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Nashville Artist Mason Douglas Shares Music From His New Album "My Wild Heart" - Feb 20,2011

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Rebroadcast of a February 2011 interview with Mason Douglas.

Putting everything you love back into Country Music”. That is what singer/songwriter Mason Douglas set out to do on his debut album “My Wild Heart” featuring “Anything Can Happen”. Mason’s fans have become addicted to his distinguished diversity, some saying he sounds like Chris Isaak with his signature, sexy falsettos; some saying Garth Brooks with his honesty and range; others even saying he’s “country music’s Rob Thomas”. Mason has spent his lifetime chasing country music before making his way to Nashville and grabbing it by the horns. Growing up an Air Force Brat in the deserts of Tucson, Arizona, he had his fair share of ranch life, fake ID’s, broken hearts, and country music on the airwaves. His mother taught him how to ride a horse, his father taught him dedication and persistence, his sister taught him how to sing, and few ex-girlfriends taught him how to write a song. He sifted through his parent’s record and tape collections, full of rodeo albums from Chris LeDoux and classics from George Strait, all of which he drew from when he started singing and playing guitar and finding new audiences throughout the southwest. A lot of Mason’s music drives the listener to understand that we are all presented with chance and challenge daily…and that we just have to laugh a little, enjoy the time we have, and face any adversity at full force. It’s been a long road from the deserts of southern Arizona to the bright lights of Nashville…but what a fun and amazing journey leading up to his debut album “MY WILD HEART” for singer / songwriter Mason Douglas! Mason records with Rural Rhythm Records, (800) 776-8742

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