Chris Topher | Never Too Late

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Never Too Late

by Chris Topher

An irresistible blend of country, roots, Americana and blues that is bound to get your toe tapping. Just a little too rock 'n roll for country, and just a little too country for rock 'n roll. Heartfelt stories of too many nights in a barroom.
Genre: Country: Outlaw Country
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1. Can't Unlove You
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2. Post Oak Inn
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3. Cadillac Jack
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4. Second Chancers
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5. Always be My Girl
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6. If You Ever Leave
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7. Modern Day Fool
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8. Asphalt to Gravel
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9. Never Too Late
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10. Everytime I Roll the Dice
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Chris grew up in the fertile post oak savannah between Austin and Houston in the 1960's and 1970's. The local radio station's playlist was as varied as "country" and "western", pick one. In 1980 he left for school in Austin and discovered the blues in what was to become "The Live Music Capital of the World". It was love at first sound. Taking his downhome country roots and mixing them with the soulful sounds found in the blues clubs of the budding metropolis was as natural as mixing grits & gravy.

Here is his debut album, at the tender age of 54. This set of heartfelt tunes goes to prove that it's "Never Too Late". Sometimes it leans more Motown, sometimes more Cowtown, but it's always genuine and made for tapping a toe or singing along.

Influences include Billy Joe Shaver, Delbert McClinton, Willie Nelson, Freddie King, Doug Sahm, and just about every other Texas music pioneer.

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