Allen Karl : Rolling River

CD [Cover Art for Allen Karl / Rolling River] Your Price: $15.84
Availability: In Stock
Sell date: 12/2006
Label: CD Baby
Mfg's Catalog#: 5637202
CDC Part#: 697749
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 Notes & Reviews
Allen Karl...'THE GOOD GUY IN THE BLACK HAT.' Much has been written about this man and his music, with many phrases used to describe him, most of which fit him to a T. However, a couple of things have been left out of these descriptions and phrases - like his million dollar smile and those eyes that say to his audience - 'this song is for you'...and that audience knows he means it. It takes a true professional to accomplish this each and every time he takes to the stage. So, let's add to that phrase 'the good guy in the black hat': sincere, approachable, and a true country gentleman. Now, you have the perfect description of Allen Karl. Allen is a multi-talented man who has worked hard for several years, building his career to the peak he is at today. This hard work has paid off with recognition not only from his fans but from his peers as well. Allen has made many appearances in Nashville at places such as The Stockyard, The Grand Ole Oprey Gospel Hour, Moxies, The Nashville Palace, The Oprey Land Hotel, Staircase Lounge, and Fan Fair. His television appearances have included Seidzin Country Video, Wolf TV Spotlight, and the Tennessee hayride. Allen's personal appearances have taken him to Canada, throughout the U.S., Europe, and the Far East - Japan, Korea, the Philippines and Thailand. Allen Karl, singer/songwriter and life member of the Nashville Songwriters Association International, is currently sighed with Century II Records in Nashville, TN.

This Time Your Memory's Only, Passing Through
Holding on to What's Left of What's Right
Rolling River
You're My Social Security
I'm Taking Her Memory Out Tonight
Lover's Plea
Up on Easy Street
While There's Still Enough of Us to Hold on To
Nobody Loves Here Anymore
Fool of the Year
Right Or Wrong
She Loves My Troubles Away
My Working Woman
Here Comes Another Lonley Week
Don't Tell Me Your Troubles
I Can't Pull Up My Roots
Can't Your Memory Find Somewhere Else to Go
It's Too Early to Cry in My Beer