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Hill of Love
  • Artist: Claude Ainsworth
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101293433
  • Item #: CDBY129343
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 3/6/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Hill of Love on CD

Claude has been playing guitar for (longer than he would like to admit). Other than doing a few 'open Mic' nights he wasn't taking this guitar playing thing very seriously. Then one day a neighbor across the street came up to him and asked if Claude would help him play and sing at his daughters wedding. That wedding gig went so well that Claude's daughter (who was getting married the next month) came up to him and told him that he needed to perform at her wedding. Claude agreed with some reservation. After their performance, his neighbor and him got such great reviews that he thought he couldn't top his earlier gig. (Everyone knows that you have to do better for your little girl.) So he started writing a song for his daughter and performed it at the wedding and he received a standing ovation. A fellow musician came up to him and told him that there were a lot of speeches made by people but he was the only one that received a standing ovation. That was the start of the new venture of singing for the Lord. He now plays his own music at local Christian coffee shops to wild audiences that love his music. (Who said Christians don't know how to have fun.) He said: 'Christian music should also have a beat, something that the believers should be able to tap their feet to.' Look for Claude's first CD that is in production called; 'TOP OF THE HILL'. Not so coincidental that this web site is named for it.