Ray Cashman | Rough & Tumble South

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Rough & Tumble South

by Ray Cashman

11 songs that reflect the region of America I have lived and respected, the South. Gumbo music for your appetite.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. The Food Song
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2. The Simple Life
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3. Nobody But You
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4. Feeling No Pain
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5. Mudbugs
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6. Moving Fast
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7. Evangeline
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8. Skin
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9. Holcolm Roll
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10. Devil & I
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11. Turn the Key
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
. I am an American roots musician living in Nolensville, TN. I plays guitar, cigar box, and banjo. I sing and write my own songs.
Growing up in southeast Texas, I was influenced by an abundance of music. Rock and country were the two mainstays but there was plenty of blues, cajun, conjunto, zydeco and western jazz being played on the radio and around festivals and county fairs.

I have recorded and released 4 independent albums in the last 8 years. One of my albums Texassippi Stomp was on the Grammy nominating ballot for “best traditional blues album of 2007”

I would like to talk to y’all today about my latest project “ Rough and Tumble South”. I have written 11 songs that are like a pot of gumbo. 11 songs that reflect the region of America I have lived and respected, the South.
These are songs about love, food, music, murder, illicit substance and the yearning to leave small town America.

I have taken the blues from MS, country from TX, AL and TN. Appalachian Folk from the mountains of VA, KY and eastern TN, and cajun and zydeco from the swamps of LA

Along with a couple of fine seasoned Nashville musicians, we hope to pull the musical influences of the South into this album. We would greatly appreciate the opportunity to bring this project to a broader audience, and I greatly appreciate your support. Thanks y’all and enjoy the gumbo.

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