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Michael Dean Church / Press

“Newcomer Micheal Dean Church, a Georgia boy with a strong local fan base, has released his follow up to “That’s How We Roll” . “Still Not Over You” is a haunting ballad that shows off Church’s vocal and emotional range. Lyrics that most can relate to, about seeing the love that broke your heart, and realizing that you aren’t over it, are arranged to showcase Church’s impressive range. His voice hits hardest at the very beginning and end of the song, where the arrangement is simple, and his vocals are the strongest instrument on the track. Micheal Dean Church has the chops, and has chosen a well crafted tune to bring to the table. This release will please his current fans, and should attract a great deal of new ones, as well.”

“Newcomer Micheal Dean Church, a Georgia boy with a strong local fan base, has released his follow up to “That’s How We Roll” . “Still Not Over You” is a haunting ballad that shows off Church’s vocal and emotional range. Lyrics that most can relate to, about seeing the love that broke your heart, and realizing that you aren’t over it, are arranged to showcase Church’s impressive range. His voice hits hardest at the very beginning and end of the song, where the arrangement is simple, and his vocals are the strongest instrument on the track. Micheal Dean Church has the chops, and has chosen a well crafted tune to bring to the table. This release will please his current fans, and should attract a great deal of new ones, as well.”

“Newcomer Micheal Dean Church, a Georgia boy with a strong local fan base, has released his follow up to “That’s How We Roll” . “Still Not Over You” is a haunting ballad that shows off Church’s vocal and emotional range. Lyrics that most can relate to, about seeing the love that broke your heart, and realizing that you aren’t over it, are arranged to showcase Church’s impressive range. His voice hits hardest at the very beginning and end of the song, where the arrangement is simple, and his vocals are the strongest instrument on the track. Micheal Dean Church has the chops, and has chosen a well crafted tune to bring to the table. This release will please his current fans, and should attract a great deal of new ones, as well.”

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