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Highway 160

Highway 160

[CD]

~ Dale Lynch

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Dale Lynch has had an interest in music for nearly his entire life. Dale's father, also a musician, introduced Dale to music at an early age, and there's been no stopping him since. Chet Atkins, James Taylor, The Beatles, Merle Haggard and Santana are among the musicians who have influenced Dale's versatile style. Dale is a two-time California Country Music Award winner. He's had the privilege of playing the The Cow Palace in San Francisco for the National Finals Rodeo; has opened for both Johnny Paycheck and Lacy Dalton; and his band was the opener for KFAT radio's Fat Frys live radio. Dale Lynch is the founding of member of the band Little Rock. His fellow band members include drummer, Bob White, who has been playing professionally for over twenty years and is a music teacher at Rosemary Clarke Middle School; Jim Foster on bass guitar who received his first recording contract at age 16; and Kathy Lenart, band manager, and vocalist. Kathy has been singing since she was a child, and had the house band for Austin City Limits for 5 years.

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    Artist: Dale Lynch
    Title: Highway 160
    Genre: Country
    Release Date: 1/1/2008
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637261522
    UPC: 796873010122
    Item #: 139980X
    This product is a special order

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