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365 Days of Song Recommendations: Nov 28

Shake Hands and Tell Me Goodbye-John Mooney

Shake Hands and Tell Me Goodbye—John Mooney

If you were 16 years old in the early 1980s, and you were white, and you were in love with the country blues, you didn’t have a lot of role models to emulate, and you didn’t have too many people you could look up to as proof that it WAS possible to play like that, sound like that, look like that, BE that.

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Preacher Boy

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Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist , poet, writer. Vintage guitars, vintage typewriters, new Moleskines.

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