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Jason Bradley | Dirt Road

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Dirt Road

by Jason Bradley

With his clean-cut appearance, excellent guitar picking and ability to project the true feeling of a good country
Genre: Country: Modern Country
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1. Love Is Good for the Heart
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2. Somethin' Bout Nothin'
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3. Dirt Road
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4. You've Still Got It
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5. Don't Look at Me Like That
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6. Every Little Piece of My Heart
4:30 $0.99
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7. She Don't Know Jack
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8. Stuck on You
3:26 $0.99
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9. Whole Lotta Gone
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10. The Fall
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11. Right a Great Country Wrong
3:07 $0.99
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12. 3 Shots of Whiskey
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13. Somethin' 'bout That
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14. Wake up Dancing
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Since he showed up in the country music world in South Africa in 2003, Jason Bradley is singing everything into a compelling whole, and is quickly heading for the top. Jason Bradley is not just an undeniable country music force but with his larger-than-life personality, steely determination and proven ability, he’s a force that will continue to come.

The journey began in the small Free State town of Ficksburg where his father gave him a guitar at the age of four. He not only mastered the art of playing guitar but also various other instruments. After spending a few years in the UK where he played and sang in local pubs, he returned to South Africa in 2003 and launched his come back by indulging himself in honing his skills as a singer and guitar player and to master the true art of performing “new country” styles of playing his passion.

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