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December 13, 2011

Amanda Williams @ Two Old Hippies . . . Benefit For Salvation Army . . .

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‘Tis the time of year for benefit shows. . . Amanda will be at Two Old Hippies tonight in the gulch singing her heart out for the Salvation Army.

Amanda claims she is country, though her music has elements of rock, pop, bluegrass or even rap.  . . but does anyone really play country anymore?

Amanda’s a singer/songwriter and music biz professional. She owns Hillbilly Culture, a  music publishing business. Here songs have been recorded by  Garth Brooks, George Jones, Tyler Dickerson, Alecia Nugent & others.

Should be a good show.

Ciao Y’all,

Spunky

spunky@atlasjams.com

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