I was raised in the country music business as a child. I traveled to several shows with my dad who played in many classic country music bands in the 1960’s.
As always I liked the country side of things. I myself started playing and singing in the 1970’s I was fortunate to open shows for Nashville stars such Little Jimmy Dickens, Jim Ed Brown and Don Williams. Etc. Then in the 1980 my brother and father and I put together classic country bands in PA. In 1990 I relocated to
Tampa FL. And worked with several bands in the area. Since that I have been working as a one man show, Trying to keep classic country music alive. As of now I spend most of my time in the studio recording. I did a lot of studio recording when I was still playing gigs.
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A melange of genres flows into Malik Mustafa’s latest singlesLITTLE ROCK, AR – “Intermission,” the new single from Malik Mustafa, is a blend of Hip Hop and Pop. Malik is celebrating his first record contract – a publishing and distribution agreement with a New York label. “Intermission” will be the first single under the new deal. Described by Malik as “a love song – one for the female fans,” the artist expects this single to drop around July 19th.After recording and completing the first mix…See More