Belle Cannon Nashville album from BelleJar Records with uplifting and inspiring self-penned songs such as Reel Me In, Party, Working Man. Check out all the album tracks on popular download sites and you will find it impossible to stop your toes from tapping or your fingers from snapping. The Belle Cannon Nashville debut cd album is available for radio promotions and registered charity fundraising opportunities. Contact the independent record label BelleJar Records if you would like a copy. Let your mind rewind – between now and whenever.
Sit back and relax to such Belle Cannon Nashville classics as Between Now and Whenever, Cornerstone and the aptly titled Rewind. For example, we had Brent Mason on guitar, Gordon Mote on piano, Larry Franklyn on fiddle, Bryan Sutton on guitar. We’re very proud to have had some amazing Nashville musicians play on the album.
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Listen to Belle Cannon Nashville Rewind – BelleJar Records. You’ll find that you’ll easily slip into the right mode to listen to the full album before reaching for the remote to start the process all over again. Rewind – BelleJar Records Rewind Cornerstone Reel Me In That Thing You Do Working Man Party – Single
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