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by Wink Burcham

Skillful playing and witty, heartfelt lyrics from an old soul, that pulls the listener in and takes them on a rollercoaster ride of emotions - both upbeat and happy, as well as somber and tearful.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Back Row Woman
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2. Chemical Train
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3. The Good Ones
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4. Lay Your Burden Down
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5. Son of a Travelin' Man (My Old Man)
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6. How It Really Went Down
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7. We'll Go Dancin' Home
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8. Cowboy Heroes and Old Folk Songs
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9. Please Wake Me in the Morning
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10. Liquor Store
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11. Lonesome Tune
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12. No Matter Where You Are (There You Are)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Singer/songwriter, Wink Burcham, has been playing the Tulsa music scene for a number of years, and is an integral part of the “New Tulsa Sound.” He has developed a very loyal following in the region and is stepping out on a national scale. Performing a style that easily slips between old-fashioned country, grass-roots folk, and Motown inspired blues, it's easy to understand his appeal. His soulful melodies support witty and heartfelt lyrics in the tradition of John Prine, Townes Van Zandt, Hank Williams, and John Lee Hooker.

Wink can be described as an “old soul” and his song craft belies his age. With a genuine reverence to the past, these songs are the stories of his life. Skillful playing with witty, heartfelt lyrics pull the listener in and take them on a rollercoaster ride of emotions - both upbeat and happy, as well as somber and tearful.

Wink won the 2012 Blues Society of Tulsa best solo/duo act and was a semi-finalist at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN in early 2013. His latest release is a 2-track analog recording of just Wink and his guitar, available on CD and limited vinyl release on Horton Records.

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