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Marshall Dane: infecitous country rock. James Clay Garrison: guitar virtuoso

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Born in Southern Ontario, Marshall Dane grazed on a rich fix of music, from the country sounds of his preacher dad, to the pop music of  his mum through his own musical discoveries from John Denver to Michael Jackson . He has taken those influences and created what I call, high energy down and dirty country rock - an infectious blend of country and rock inflected with a watermelon-sized helping of hope, love and salvation, Marshall’s  new album, One Of These Days iwill be featured on his guest spot 3/7/14, 2:30 pm ET.

James Clay Garrison was raised with a guitar in Spain and became a virtuoso guitarist at an early age, recording his first album at 15.  Already an experienced performer by the late 80’s, he toured the US, Europe and Asia with various bands, perfecting his chops and building a network of musicians that would serve him well over the years. He moved to Los Angeles when he received an offer from Eddie Van Halen to record and the WB label and went on to work with artists like Ray Charles and Stephen Stills. Garrison is currently in the studio finishing up his new album, “1000 Million Miracles”, featuring many of the people he has worked with over the years like Todd Sucherman of STYX, and Chris Frazier, currently with Foreigner.  And he joins Music Friday Live! this Friday at 2:05 pm ET