Ryan Sheeler | Polk County Line

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Polk County Line

by Ryan Sheeler

Ryan's 4th album is a significant artistic change. It's an all-acoustic, Americana/Roots album - songs and stories about life on the other side of the American Dream.
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1. Polk County Line
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2. Witness
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3. 6AM To Nowhere
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4. Johnny Fire
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5. It's All Just a Game
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6. Remember Me
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7. Just Beginning
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8. Blood On the Lilies
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9. Highway 141
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10. Redemption Blues
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11. Pictures
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12. Leave a Light On
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
From the backroads of Iowa, through jail cells and bible studies, to the crossroads of life.... these are the stories of Ryan Sheeler's Polk County Line. With a nod to both Springsteen's Nebraska, and the seeker-driven music of Willow Creek Church in Chicago, Ryan takes on these stories. In these songs you'll find characters on the gravel roads of the American Dream, where they've been forgotten. Stories of heartache, poverty, loss, jail, car chases, pain and suffering, and ultimately finding Redemption...these songs are simply sung and arranged only with acoustic guitar, harmonica, and vocals.

"...leave a light on...and maybe this time...I'll believe!"

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