Dallas Wayne - I'm Your Biggest Fan album download
|1||3:30 In The Afternoon||2:24|
|2||I'm Your Biggest Fan||4:58|
|4||Under The Overpass||3:57|
|6||It's All Over, All Over Town||2:22|
|7||She's Good To Go||3:43|
|8||You Can Count On Me||2:57|
|9||Tell It To The Jukebox||4:34|
|10||Crank The Hank||2:55|
|11||Still Know How To Cry||3:17|
- Producer – Dallas Wayne
NotesOriginal Finnish release. Digipak cover.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6417698030532
|none||Dallas Wayne||I'm Your Biggest Fan (CD, Album)||DW Productions||none||US||2004|
|KOC-CD-9843||Dallas Wayne||I'm Your Biggest Fan (CD, Album)||Koch Records||KOC-CD-9843||US||2005|
Dallas Wayne is an Austin, Texas-based singer, songwriter, voice-over artist and on-air radio personality for Sirius Satellite Radio. A native of Springfield, Missouri, Dallas began performing professionally while in high school, and by the age of 18 he had toured throughout the entire . After moving to Nashville, he further developed his vocal style singing demos for many of the top publishing houses in the music industry.
Dallas Wayne doesn't offer much different on his fourth album, I'm Your Biggest Fan, than he did on his previous three, but that's not a reason to complain - it's a reason to celebrate, since there aren't many country singers this good nowadays. It's not even that he's a hell of a songwriter, authoring every one of these 12 songs (five are collaborations), and penning songs that feel like forgotten classics that have been waiting to be discovered for some 30 or 40 years on a jukebox in an out of the way Texas roadhouse.
More by Dallas Wayne. Songs the Jukebox Taught Me, Vol. 2. I'll Take the Fifth. I'm Your Biggest Fan. Turenki, Texas. Listen to I'm Your Biggest Fan now. Listen to I'm Your Biggest Fan in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Adept at clever wordplay, Wayne shows off on cuts like the Texas swingin' "Junior Samples" and "Tex-tosterone. Also impressive are the swamp-honk "Downhill Slide," the shuffling "It's All Over, All Over Town" and the rousing "Crank the Hank. A balladeer from the John Anderson school, the Big D nails "She's Good to Go" and the fiddle-drenched "Still Know How to Cr. He's also pretty convincing on spoken-word weeper "Tell It to the Jukebox," which is every bit as cool as it is corny
Dallas Wayne is an Austin, Texas-based singer, songwriter, voice-over artist and on-air radio personality for Sirius Satellite Radio. Whille touring Europe in the early 90s, Dallas forged a deal with Texiecalli Records in Finland and was signed to record an album . Dallas moved to Austin in 2003; two years later, he released the CD I'm Your Biggest Fan on the Koch Records Nashville label. In 2009, Dallas released the album I'll Take the Fifth on Smith Entertainment records.
I'm Your Biggest Fan. Dallas Wayne. you can tell that i’m a big man in this town and i’m the king of every street that i walk down it ain’t much to brag about, but it’s all mine from main street to the city limits sign. ch. welcome to rock bottom, population 1 just over by the mountain where a fool fell from.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Texicalli Records (catalog number TEXCD 053). This album was released in 2003 year. Format of the release is. CD, Album. The album included the following session artists: Producer. Track list: Track title. Find mp3 free I'm Your Biggest Fan. 1. 3:30 In The Afternoon.
From Springfield, MO, Wayne sings straight-up honky-tonk that's too plain-spoken and realistic to stand a chance of getting marketed by Nashville. His 2000 HMG/HighTone release, Big Thinkin', was co-produced by Robbie Fulks, who also contributed acoustic guitar and harmony vocals; the backing band consisted of members of Springfield band the Skeletons. A sophomore effort Invisible Man was issued in spring 2001. Springfield, MO. GENRE.