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Monday, April 25, 2011

Rich O'Toole and Phil Hamilton ~ Texas Country at its best! ~Video

 Rich O'Toole ~ "The Cricket Song"
While attending college at Texas A & M University , Rich turned his attention to his guitar and soon found himself out in front of the crowd again, this time as the front man of his own band. Trading in his baseball glove for a guitar has proved fruitful for the Aggie grad. Last year he teamed up with Grammy nominated producer Mack Damon to record his debut record appropriately titled “Seventeen,” Rich's lucky number. Appearing on the album is a star-studded cast of musicians including Chris Masterson (Jack Ingram's Beat Up Ford Band), Rich Brotherton (Robert Earl Keen Band), Nick Worley (Cooder Graw and Cory Morrow Band) and Bobby Flores. more here.
Whoop!! Keep it rollin' Ag!
"No better setting for a song such as this... 
life's reflection around a Texas Hill Country campfire.
Rich brings a great sound and thoughtful lyrics to this one!" ~TOR-JF
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Phil Hamilton ~ "Nine Mile"
His story starts much the same as others, he was born and raised in Burleson, Texas and began singing in church. After getting his start at the Greenwood Saloon in Bluffdale, TX thanks to Alan Parsons, his fan base started rapidly growing, the gigs started coming in and now he has a top 15 single on the Texas Music Chart and Texas Regional Radio Charts with "Nothing to Lose". His second single "Nine Mile" is quickly climbing the charts.
Phil's debut CD Nothing to Lose was released in April 2010 on Winding Road Music and features songs written by Phil Hamilton and band members Collin Maloney and Andy Emery.

"Phil's music puts you int the crowd of any back road honky tonk in Texas.
Strong lyrics and back up to boot! A definite addition!"  ~TOR-JF
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