November 2011 Roots Music Club @ The Unquiet Library

Inspired by the Beatles’ performance on Ed Sullivan, Roots Music Club special guest Lawson Hunt knew from an early age that he would be a musician. Lawson started his first band in 9th  grade, practicing in a chicken house behind his parents’ home. Lawson played keyboards and sang backing vocals on tour in the 70s and 80s with David Allan Coe, George Jones, and Willie Nelson.

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  1. So cool! My husband will love it. We keep a couple guitars around our living room at all times (just like his parents did) it’s amazing how many people pick them up and want to learn a few cords.
    He works at home and instead of a coffee break he takes “guitar breaks.”
    Good luck in this endeavor!

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