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Chris Scruggs - Honky Tonkin Lifestyle

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  1. Chris Scruggs makes room for his muse on Anthem. Jewly Hight Oct 22, 4 AM 0. Tweet. Share. (Honky Tonkin' Lifestyle) and fill Gary Bennett's vacant spot in BR With a bit of nudging.
  2. Scruggs wrote and performed the title track of the bands' release Tangled in the Pines in Likewise, Scruggs released the limited edition album Honky Tonkin’ Lifestyle in However, in , Chris left the band to pursue a solo career. In , Chris released his first solo album titled Anthem. He is the writer of 11 of the 12 songs from the album while the remaining one song was written by his uncle, Birth Nation: United States.
  3. With his mother, Scruggs appeared at the Grand Ole Opry. In he joined BR, first on bass and then, after Gary Bennett quit, on guitar and lead vocals. In , Scruggs released the limited edition album Honky Tonkin’ Lifestyle.
  4. Lyrics to 'Honky Tonkin' Lifestyle' by Br I'm out till four and I'm up at six And when I wake I have a fix To try and cure the morning after blues To help me make it through the day So I .
  5. Talk of the Town by Chris Scruggs: Listen to songs by Chris Scruggs on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share.
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  7. Anthem, the new release from Chris Scruggs combines modern and traditional styles into a diverse, yet cohesive collection of twelve soon to be classics. From the tom-tom stadium shaker "Josephine" and the elevating "Sing Your Tune" to the longing of "Change Your .
  8. Nov 02,  · Loose and rocking, they rely on no-nonsense originals penned by Mead and Scruggs together and separately. Despite occasional clichés ("Honky Tonkin' Lifestyle"), most numbers are refreshingly free of pretense. Genuine regret pervades the Mead-Raul Malo rocker "That's What I Get." While "Tangled in the Pines" seems a confessional on the group's past, "Movin' the Country" 4/4(19).

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