Bobby Winstead | Bobby Winstead and the Long Goodbyes

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Bobby Winstead and the Long Goodbyes

by Bobby Winstead

Original honky tonk songs in the classic country vein.
Genre: Country: Honky Tonk
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1. You Don't Know
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2. Bent out of Shape
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3. Tooth and Nail
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4. Up All Night Down All Day
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5. I Don't Want to Fall in Love with You
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6. Who Knew
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7. Fool's Gold
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8. I Want to Believe
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9. I Keep Moving
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10. Stick Around
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11. Waiting in the Wings
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bobby and the Long Goodbyes bring you their debut album, comprised of original country songs inspired by the straight-backed stalwarts of the genre. Hailing from Portland, OR, the band channels both the exuberance and tenderness of that era with renewed energy for today’s honky-tonkers. Band members include Jack Dwyer on electric guitar and mandolin, Ellie Hakanson on fiddle and harmony vocals, Rusty Blake on lap steel, and Kevin "Shuffle King" Major on the drum kit. With one foot in Portland's traditional old-time music scene and the other in mid-century country dance hall socials, this band formed to bring Bobby's songs to the stage in 2014. Two years later, and after playing many local dances, this album finally came to be. This is music intended to bring people together in the dance hall, and to put a spring in your two-step and perhaps even a tear in your eye. Enjoy!

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