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Nonstop

by Joe McGowan

Southern Rock with a country flair.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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Joe McGowan is an American singer, songwriter and keyboardist whose music draws from many genres, including, country, pop, Americana, Indie Rock, and roots revival. He began playing piano by ear at age 4 and began formal lessons at age 6. McGowan attended the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts in piano performance during high school. He began writing music at a very young age, but most of his early works were based heavily in piano improvisation.
Lyrically Joe McGowan is an old soul, writing words that run the emotional gamut, from gut wrenching to inspiring. For this freshman album, the song choices never disappoint the listener, keeping them listening for the next stance, the next phase of the journey all the way to the end. Musically Joe McGowan delivers the proverbial one-two punch, knocking this, his debut out of the ballpark.
He is a member of the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) and the National Association of Recording Industry Professionals (NARIP). In 2016, McGowan was a finalist in the Great American Song Contest for two entries, “The Hunter” and “Rainbow.”
His freshman debut album, “Dirt Road Revival” features original music about escape, overcoming adversity, gay rights activism and embracing one’s authentic self.

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