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Steve Azar

Steve Azar

Steve Azar was born and raised in Greenville, Mississippi at the entrance to the Mississippi Delta. His mother was raised above the family grocery store located on Highway 61 in Clarksdale, MS near the infamous “Crossroads”. “The Crossroads” is the intersection of Route 61 and Route 49, or the 61/49 split as they call it there, in Clarksdale, Mississippi, made famous in the Robert Johnson song, “Cross Road Blues”. This is...

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Walt Wilkins

Walt Wilkins

A few years ago I returned from a decade in Nashville to my home in the Texas Hill Country. Its an area of limestone cliffs overlooking modest mesquite and juniper trees, along with majestic, matronly live oaks.  There’s a dozen meandering blue-green rivers, with great bald cypress and cottonwood trees on their banks, and Bar-b-que, and Mexican, German & southern soul food…….and music, music everywhere. Anchored by 2 great music...

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Dave Hardin

Dave Hardin

Growing up between the Ohio River Basin of Warsaw, Kentucky and the Appalachian Foothills of Union, Ohio taught Dave about both the hardships and triumphs of life. That area is also where he learned about all the diverse musical styles that still come through in his own music today. Hill music, country, bluegrass, twang, flat-top pickin’ and the real roots of American music surrounded him in his early days. Growing up in the age of great...

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