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Fayetteville Sessions
  • Artist: Not from Georgia
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479025662
  • Item #: SRD902566
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 7/13/2004
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Fayetteville Sessions on CD

Whether you call it 'high-energy heartache,' 'upbeat acoustic neo-folk,' or 'alternative americana,' the music of Not from Georgia singer-songwriter guitarist Steve Westfall is always toe-tapping, irresistible and genuine. Arriving in Los Angeles from south central Pennsylvania, Westfall has been making audiences smile and think for more than a decade, changing how folk-rock is perceived. Westfall's skillfully rhythmic guitar, stimulating lyrics and uncommonly sincere vocals resonate with listeners young and old, creating the perfect atmosphere at colleges, small clubs and coffeehouses. Here is what some peopel have said about Not from Georgia: ************** 'Very nice up tempo positive first person male singular writing. Great presentation - I love a live guitar vocal. Sounds like the singer really meant what he was singing about = believability. Guitar palying was right on the money. Reminds me of a John Hiatt influenced writer. Nice job - good luck!' --- oldgrizz Gunnison, Colorado ************* 'Isn't it crazy the amount of music out there no one's ever heard of? I worked in a record store for 15 years and developed a kooky musical taste that's led me to buying thousands of CD's over the year. Through the past few years listening to things here at garageband it's made me realize there's literally millions of songs that have been written that no one will ever hear. So rejoice that a guy sitting here in Powhatan Virginia is listening to you on a Friday night at 11:37 PM. I like your voice-it has a Ryan Adams tinge to it, your guitar playing is top notch and very rhythmic, and the song is engaging and insteresting. Maybe some Phil Keaggy there on the guitar--good job, and apologies for the ramble. Your voice also reminds me of Billy Joe Shaver. I made it to the end-sounds like you draw the same size crowds I do!' -- JuvenileHi Powhatan, Virginia.