Beth Holli was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. Started her career when she went with
her dad who was a music producer and had the good fortune to be in on a session with Elvis
Presley at 9 when Elvis taught her to sing "He Gave Me A Mountain" At 14 she started singing at
the Opryland Theme Park where she met Dotties West who took her under her wing and
showed her what the road was like and how to appreciate your supporters. "I gave up my career
to marry and raise a family. Now that I am an empty nester. The rebooting of my career that I
loved is what makes me smile the most."
"The song Bail Money was written by Stephen and Carlos Battey and Marty Dodson. I fell in love
with the song the minute I heard it. Being a former corrections nurse I found it to be very cute
since I have heard this situation from some women inmates."
Canadian Frank Trousdell has a history of working with the best musicians in Canada.
"Our Town" reinforces that, and showcases Frank at his best. Timeless and natural, a song about home.
"Pour Me Again" - GENRE: COUNTRY
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Whosoever South is a musical trio comprised of husband & wife team,
Rowdy & Sarah Eunice, & friend Mike Mitchell, along with a few family & friends
as instrumental musical contributors. The three are from the Southeastern U.S.
and have been making music together since the early 2000’s. As independent
artists, they are not limited to just one specific genre & often like to mix it up.
Let’s say Hip-Hop, Bluegrass, Gospel, Soul & some Country..and sometimes maybe
in just one song. They like many different kinds of music, so why not? They often
share their faith & love of family in their songs with a relevant, true to life
John McCloy: "Epiphany (trio)"