Gann Brewer | Peddlers & Ghosts

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Peddlers & Ghosts

by Gann Brewer

'Peddlers & Ghosts' reaches Americana at its core, recounting the “highs, lows and in betweens” of traversing the American landscape, blending the various emotions - dreaming,longing, humor, desolation - one encounters along the way.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Dancin' In Memphis
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2. Who Told You I'z Down
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3. Miss Smoky Mountain
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4. Dogrunner (Craigslist Ad)
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5. Matter With Me
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6. She's Good to Me
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7. Bad, Bad Tennessee
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8. Coldwater River Risin'
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9. A Juneau Pipedream
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10. Throwin' Stones
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11. Sidewalk Slim
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12. Moanin' Santa Rosa Jail Blues
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13. You Make Me Fly
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14. Leaving It All Behind
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Mississippi born, singer-songwriter Gann Brewer carries on the tireless tradition of the Folk Singer within the common American Man. Gann is a part of a new generation of singing ramblers - living, hard traveling, and singing across the oceans, in town or just outside, and along the way. Gann shows a love and clear kinship for previous generations - Ramblin' Jack Elliott & Woody Guthrie (are evident) John Prine, Guy Clark, Mississippi John Hurt, and Hank Williams (all weigh in heavy) - though his tenor is uniquely his own and his signature humor and unpretentious honesty pervades his song-writing. The stories he shapes into song are experiences collected from two decades on the road, ranging from the haunts of midtown Memphis & New York City to the steep streets of New Zealand, the seashore bars of Goa and the Virgin Islands, the bungalow’s of Egypt and Southeast Asia, Ghost towns in Texas, historical saloons of Alaska and many more places in between.

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