J.T. Hollis | Long Road Traveled

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Long Road Traveled

by J.T. Hollis

" A powerful mix of Country songs for the discerning listener"
Genre: Country: Contemporary Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Keep It Country
2:48 $0.99
2. He Was a Rock'n'roll Kid
2:48 $0.99
3. Country Music Radio
3:10 $0.99
4. Gonna Be There Soon
3:53 $0.99
5. Little Miss Dynamite
2:49 $0.99
6. I'm Home
3:54 $0.99
7. Party Down in Redneck Town
4:18 $0.99
8. Country Blue
3:35 $0.99
9. I Ain't Too Country to Rock'n'roll
2:59 $0.99
10. The Echo of Her Goodbye
3:26 $0.99
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Album Notes
JT Hollis, is a U.S. Military combat Veteran, serving with the 3rd Infantry Division, and 1st Armor Division during Desert Shield/Desert Storm. He was a singer all of his life, to include the lead singer for a unit rock band while stationed over in Germany, but stepped away from it, to concentrate on his family for several years. However, in 2007/2008 the fire to sing and perform came back with a vengence, and JT answered the call.
Since then JT has “upped his game” and gotten serious about his music career. Competing in several local competitions such as the Oceola Idol, and Oceola’s Got Talent competitions, where he placed 2nd in both. JT was also a three-time regional finalist in the Colgate Country Showdown, a finalist in the International Bowling Karaoke Superstars Competition, with a chance to open for “The Commodores” in Las Vegas, where he again, finished 2nd. More determined then ever, JT dove into songwriting. His first song, “Me & You, and the Red, White & Blue”, reached the top 5 on the IMN Country Music Charts, and also won the 2009 Michigan Vet Fest Theme Song Contest, putting JT on stage in Dearborn Heights, Michigan to open the festival.
Paying his dues along the way, JT Hollis has also opened the Peru, Indiana, AMVETS Open House in Peru, Indiana. He has opened for several local bands, and done multiple solo shows, and fund raisers with “The Night Train” band. JT’s songwriting has produced songs such as “Keep Pushing On”, written in memory of his nephew Andrew, who passed away, as well as becoming the theme song for the “Pushing On Award” presented by Clays Country Radio, in their annual music awards. “Sometimes It Takes Patience” is also one of the most popular songs that JT has written.
JT Hollis has had the pleasure of working with some wonderful songwriters on songs he has recorded such as Doug Adams, who wrote “Broken Family Tree”, Jerry Snider who wrote “Has Anybody Seen Her”, Mark Darnell who wrote and produced “Last Call At Nashville Dave’s”, and Pat Murphy and Brian Hess who co-wrote “Night Train”.
JT Hollis is currently working with Vic Holdroyd and JD Cole on his first full CD, and is recording several of their songs for the CD. He is also working with Tim Weems, who wrote/composed “Outlaws” that was recently released. He is looking forward to releasing “Echoes of Her Goodbye” co-written by Robert “Big Daddy” Moore and JD Cole. Stay tuned for more news as things roll forward!!!



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