Anson Funderburgh, Zac Harmon & Gentleman John Street | Going to Bluesville

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Going to Bluesville

by Anson Funderburgh, Zac Harmon & Gentleman John Street

This song is a great song to listen or dance to & was intended for just that. If you like great dancing blues, you'll like this. Proceeds go to The HART Fund, so there's plenty of incentive to buy this song. Thank you for your Support.
Genre: Blues: Carolina Beach / Shag
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1. Going to Bluesville
Anson Funderburgh, Zac Harmon & Gentleman John Street
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This song combines a true Texas Blues origin with that Carolina Shag "can't stop my leg" dance feel. In Texas it would be the Push. These boys know their way around a shuffle, especially with Wes Starr on drums. He's definitely influenced the style. Anson Funderburgh produced the song along with Gentleman John Street. The two played all the music with Wes on Drums & Holland K Smith on vocal. Later, after collaborating the decision with Zac was made and a great song is now available world wide.



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Good Reason to Buy This Song
RAD Pony Records has released through CD Baby a song written by blues song writer/bassist James Goode. The song, called Going To Bluesville is sung by Zac Harmon! Zac is a three time winner of the Blues Music Award and a two time Grammy nominee. Legendary Blues guitarist Anson Funderburgh played lead guitar and produced the song w Gentleman John Street. All proceeds from this song will go to The Blues Foundation's HART Fund, so BUY IT!