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Dylan Scott originated the idea of honoring his musical hero, Keith Whitley, with An Old Memory, a seven song special project featuring Dylan's signature, deep baritone style. The project was recorded in the legendary Sound Emporium Studio in Nashville, TN -the same studio that Keith Whitley not only recorded many of these songs himself but also utilized several of the original musicians as well. Produced by Matt Alderman, Curt Gibbs and Jim Ed Norman, the album features legendary and award winning musicians, Mac McAnally, Eddie Bayers, Carl Jackson, Dylan's dad Scotty on guitar and a special appearance by Lorrie Morgan on "Tell Lorrie I Love Her", one of the last songs Keith Whitley worked on prior to his death.
Dylan Scott originated the idea of honoring his musical hero, Keith Whitley, with An Old Memory, a seven song special project featuring Dylan's signature, deep baritone style. The project was recorded in the legendary Sound Emporium Studio in Nashville, TN -the same studio that Keith Whitley not only recorded many of these songs himself but also utilized several of the original musicians as well. Produced by Matt Alderman, Curt Gibbs and Jim Ed Norman, the album features legendary and award winning musicians, Mac McAnally, Eddie Bayers, Carl Jackson, Dylan's dad Scotty on guitar and a special appearance by Lorrie Morgan on "Tell Lorrie I Love Her", one of the last songs Keith Whitley worked on prior to his death.
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Format: CD
Label: CURM
Rel. Date: 08/16/2019
UPC: 715187952423

An Old Memory
Artist: Dylan Scott
Format: CD
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Dylan Scott originated the idea of honoring his musical hero, Keith Whitley, with An Old Memory, a seven song special project featuring Dylan's signature, deep baritone style. The project was recorded in the legendary Sound Emporium Studio in Nashville, TN -the same studio that Keith Whitley not only recorded many of these songs himself but also utilized several of the original musicians as well. Produced by Matt Alderman, Curt Gibbs and Jim Ed Norman, the album features legendary and award winning musicians, Mac McAnally, Eddie Bayers, Carl Jackson, Dylan's dad Scotty on guitar and a special appearance by Lorrie Morgan on "Tell Lorrie I Love Her", one of the last songs Keith Whitley worked on prior to his death.
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