MP3 Austin Brothers - L.O.V.E.
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14 MP3 Songs
COUNTRY: Modern Country, COUNTRY: Country Blues
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The Austin Brothers were born in the wide open spaces of Lubbock Texas where their family roots settled the first wagon train. Most of their years growing up were spent roaming the countryside of Paris TX and working with their Dad in his Asphalt Paving and later Cultured Marble business in Dallas where their family met with the challenge of divorce. Of the four boys, three had a passion for music. Out of this came the Austin brothers: Mark, Jay, and Steve.
Mark cultivated the way as a bass player, singer and writer from his high school years on. He studied and ended up with a letter of commendation from DISD (Dallas Independent School District). His inspiration influenced Jay and Steve to follow in their older brother's path down this musical journey. Mark taught them to sing harmony, write music, and play instruments. As Jay and Steve grew musically, they wrote their first song and sent it to "You Can Be a Star" in Nashville. Much to their surprise it was accepted for the competition on national television. This encouraged the writing of more original material which has been appreciated by many noted music industry professionals.
In September of 1988, they competed in the Marlboro Country Music Talent Roundup at Belle Star in Dallas. They competed a second time the following year after signing with Terry Fletcher of Fletcher entertainment group, who had managed artists such as Eddie Ravin and Joe Cocker. In 1991, their single, "I Saw No Tears" soared to #3 on the independent charts and held it's own with the majors at #32. Young Country 105.3FM featured the Austin Bros. in their new artist show which included an aired interview and radio play of "Lonely Roads", "Prisoner of the Dollar", "My Everything", and "Western Man".
While Mark stayed in Dallas to form the Mark Austin Band, Jay and Steve followed their passion for writing down the music road to Nashville were they still reside today. Since their stay in Nashville they have collaborated with many noted songwriters. The title cut on this CD, "L.O.V.E.", was co-written with David Lee whom now has the hit (Letters from Home) sung by John Michael Montgomery. The recording rights for their latest song, "Bitter Sweet", has just been put on hold to be recorded by Blacksmith records and sung by the new upcoming artist, Tera Tamgney from Alaska.
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