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by Richard Valentine Tuttell

Rockacanna, a compelling mix of folk and rock influences.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Gasoline
3:01 $1.00
2. Love is a Weapon of Mass Destruction
2:43 $1.00
3. Aunt Ruthie's Seance
3:06 $1.00
4. Comes the Dawn
2:43 $1.00
5. Climb a Mountain
2:01 $1.00
6. Monster Truck
2:55 $1.00
7. That's Progress
3:26 $1.00
8. All I Need
3:03 $1.00
9. Judgment Day
3:18 $1.00
10. No One Can Hold Her
3:44 $1.00
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Album Notes
“Rockacana.” That’s as close as Richard Valentine Tuttell can come to defining his musical genre, a compelling mix of folk and rock influences.
Of his extensive catalogue of original tunes, the performing songwriter is probably best known for “Aunt Ruthie’s Séance,” a comical tune about a woman desperate to contact her late husband to find out a secret he carried to the grave.
“I guess it’s my signature song, the one most people who have heard me remember and always request,” said Valentine who is described by Songwriters Resource Network as “a talented songwriter.”
Rocking since the late ’70s in venues ranging from the Orlando Naval Training Center to juvenile detention facilities (along with the obligatory appearances at Holiday Inn lounges), “Valentine” has mastered a variety of musical styles, many of which are reflected in his songwriting.
A native of New York who grew up in Central Florida, Valentine relocated in the early ’90s to the Foothills of the Appalachian mountains. Americana influences of the region are evident in several of his songs.
He recently opened for hit songwriter Jon Ims (She’s in Love With the Boy) at the Down Home in Johnson City, Tenn. and has performed twice at the Bristol, Tenn. Roots and Rhythm Festival as part of the Boone, N.C. Chapter of the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI).



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