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Shout Hallelujah

by Beaux Atkins

Shreveport LA singer-songwriter Beaux Atkins has a big soulful southern voice and and an equally large charismatic personality.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Deep Ellum Blues
4:50 $1.29
2. Shout Hallelujah
4:25 $1.29
3. Simple Truth
3:40 $1.29
4. The Way You Move Me
6:57 $1.29
5. Juke Joint Jezebel
3:30 $1.29
6. Sunny
4:03 $1.29
7. Winfield Women
4:39 $1.29
8. Long Road
4:31 $1.29
9. I Saw the Light
4:25 $1.29
10. Can't Let Go of You
5:48 $1.29
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Beaux Atkins picked up a guitar and began playing for friends a few short years ago. With a big soulful southern voice and an equally big charismatic personality, he has worked hard at winning fans until he now is able to earn his living playing music and singing across the deep south. The natural progression to accompany this success was to make an album that showcases the talent and hard work he lays out to his fans every night.

In August 2015, Beaux turned to Louisiana singer/songwriter/producer Monty Russell to help him make that album at Studio on the Ridge in Peagram TN, just west of Nashville, a funky little studio affectionately nicknamed "hippie holler." Russell enlisted James Cook (Luke Bryan, The Levees) to engineer, mix, and play bass alongside some of Nashville's finest picker: Derk Mixon on Drums (Chris Stapleton, The Levees, Sam Lewis, Kenny Vaughn), Ed Smoak on guitars (Eric Church, Angelina Presley), Kevin Adams on Keys (Joe Diffie, Patty Loveless), and bluesman David Paul "P Mo" Moore (Blues Old Stand) on harmonica.

On vocals he is joined by gospel greats The McCrary Sisters on the title track, and by Indie singer-songwriter Bethany Raybourn, Shreveport media and vocal star Linnea Fayard Allen, and Cook and Russell.

With contributions from Louisiana songwriters Russell, Cook, Chris Canterbury, Wade Reeves, General Keith Patterson, Adam J. Jones, Derek Mixon, and Moore supplementing his writing talents, Atkins lays out Southern Rock anthems and soulful blues that detail the hard road a musician chooses to travel and the people he meets along the way, croons soulful songs about love lost and soulmates gained, and sings and shouts praises of sin and redemption.

Shout Hallelujah, the title track, is one such rousing honky tonk gospel track, laying out the sins of riverboat gamblers, honky tonk drifters, and out of control train engineers who find Jesus in the nick of time. Beau Atkins says the title takes special meaning because for him the album comes in the nick of time to help him move even further on his musical journey, and for that he shouts "hallelujah."

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Hi
My Dear,i really wish to speak with you about love/trust but am very busy with office works right now,plz contact me to my mailbox(lorena_20110@hotmail.com,i will reply and tell you everything about me,Be Blessed
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