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Charlie Oxford

Charlie Oxford

Artist: Charlie Oxford

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Digital Album: $9.99
Charlie Oxford
Charlie Oxford

Artist: Charlie Oxford
MP3
1. Waiting For
$0.99
2. Drive Me Crazy
$0.99
3. Speak Out
$0.99
4. You & I
$0.99
5. Disappear
$0.99
6. Intermission
$0.99
7. Stranger Than Fiction
$0.99
8. Overdose
$0.99
9. Move In On Me
$0.99
10. Letting Go
$0.99
11. Another Thing Coming
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Rock Ridge Msuic
Rel. Date: 03/11/2014
UPC: 677516140522

More Info:

Charlie Oxford's self-titled debut is sweet and simmering, a line from Sam Cooke to contemporaries like James Morrison and John Mayer. The Nashville-based (grew up in Dallas listening to the local oldies station with his dad) artist has grown his fan base organically through live performances and word-of-mouth exposure. The album features a stunning array of Nashville's finest musicians playing with sympathetic grace, imbuing each song with just the right dash of musical vitality. The album's opener (and first single), "Waiting For," cooks with poignancy and purposefulness.

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