Live at The CMA Theater in The Country Music Hall of Fame
Live at The CMA Theater in The Country Music Hall of Fame by Rounder at My Promo Pool. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. This CD features two bonus tracks, 'Little Maggie' and 'I Don't Care Anymore.' The GRAMMY award-winning sextet, The Earls of Leicester, have returned with a triumphant live album. Taped over two nights at Nashville's historic Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the robust 23-song set, features 14 new recordings, and fan favorites from their two previous studio albums. The all-star outfit of Jerry Douglas, Shawn Camp, Barry Bales, Johnny Warren, Charlie Cushman, and Jeff White bring the Foggy
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