Tepoe Nash | Mr. Nashville Man

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Mr. Nashville Man

by Tepoe Nash

Country Song to Commemorate Traditional Country Music. Written, Recorded, Mixed, and Produced by Tepoe Nash. Mastered by Simon Gibson at Abbey Road Studios
Genre: Country: Honky Tonk
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Album Notes
“The inspiration for this song came from a statement made one night at a show I did at a bar called “The Sutlar” in Nashville TN, and the album cover is probably the night it happened. I had just finished playing a few songs there that night when suddenly someone from the audience yelled “Does anyone still play country music?” I knew what they meant and why they said it, because I grew up playing mostly rock music and all of my songs carry a touch of that influence in them. So, I knew there was some truth in their jester, and although I played mostly rock growing up, I always held a love for traditional country music. A few days after that happened, I was playing my guitar while thinking about that night, and this song came out.

I’m really honored to have Wayne Moss and Charlie McCoy record with me on this song. Mainly because, they are two great musicians, but more importantly is the fact that they made up the sounds of the great country music that I was writing about. They've played on more country hits than I could possibly mention here, but two that really stands out to me is that Wayne played the famous lead guitar on Waylon Jennings’s “Only Daddy” and Charlie played the harmonica on George Jones’s “He Stop Loving Her Today”. I consider those two songs as part of the backbone of country music, and to have Wayne and Charlie record with me on this song means more to me than I can express.

I hope you enjoy the song, and that it makes you want to listen to some of those great traditional country hits of the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s.” Tepoe



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