Cackett, Alan
December 2010
Maverick;Dec2010, Issue 101, p43
This article features Jim Lauderdale, a singer-songwriter from the Nashville, Tennessee who performs bluegrass and country music. His latest music release "Patchwork River" features 13 songs he has co-written with Robert Hunter. Information is provided on his career background, notable works and influence on country music.


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