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Liz Hengber - Our dear friend Liz is now an established Music Row song-writing icon.  Long gone are the days of waiting tables in Nashville's spaghetti-serving sweat shops.  It's because of her great heart and generosity that she's written this book to help others more easily find their way when coming to Nashville seeking a writing career.  Even if you're not interested in writing country music, you'll enjoy Liz's unique perspective, story telling and good humor!  Click the link to order your copy.  It's a bargain and we promise that you won't be disappointed.


   Pete Huttlinger - Pete is the main guitarist on most of the Better Angel tracks.  Pete began his association with Kevin Stewart in 1989 when the Red Hats band was formed with the original Stewart Tussing drummer Tom Nordin.  Pete can be heard playing acoustic and electric guitars as well as dobro and mandolin.  Pete is a master guitarist and owns more guitars than anyone we know.  Pete's music is available through his Web site and his acoustic guitar-centric music is very highly recommended.  We particularly like "Catch & Release" and "Naked Pop".

Dobie Gray ("Drift Away") is a great friend with an unforgettable voice.  We won't forget his helping hand! 

   Dana Cooper has been a friend and kindred spirit.  One of the best artists in Nashville.  What's he doing here?  Check out his site and his music.

Larry Henley -  Larry is the falsetto New Beat vocalist on "Bread and Butter" and the writer of "Wind Beneath My Wings" - and many more!  We've known Larry ever since we arrived in Nashville.  What can we say about Larry except that he's the best and truly one-of-a-kind.  Larry, Thanks!!    

Jeff Fay's Hollow Tree Images portfolio site - Great photographs!
Thank you Jeff for the special pictures of the last S&T reunion gig!
   Who's this guy?  We found Bill Pound with a Google search.  Bill, we had to give you a link even if you won't fess up to working with us in your bio. 


"The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs.  There's also a negative side."                        --Hunter S. Thompson
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