Sunday performances at the 2003 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Disc 5)

Date: May 25, 2003

Source: S2034 , CD03-22

Type: Sound

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  • The Garden Wall (Alan Rhody)
  • Drifters Wind
  • That is Who I Would Be
  • 1952 Vincent Black Lightning
  • The Wind in Her Hair
  • Muleskinners Blues

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  • One compact disc. Kay, director of the Florida Folk Festival, served as emcee. Born in Kentucky, Rhody became a well-known Nashville songwriter. His breakthrough song was the 1978 number one country hit (and pop crossover hit) "I Will Be True to You," recorded by the Oak Ridge Boys. He also wrote songs for George Jones, Keith Whitley, Toby Keith, Red Lane, and Tanya Tucker. In 1981, he released his first solo album, Stop the Rain.

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