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“NASHVILLE SONGWRITERS ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL SONG EVALUATION Congratulations! This song (I Saved Me A Little Too Late) has been recommended for consideration at our next "Pitch to Publisher" luncheon!”


“Dwayne Langston grew up around music. As an air force brat, Langston and his brothers learned to play the guitar while living in Germany gaining praise during talent shows on base. After high school, Langston recorded a few original songs on a 45 rpm record. He continued to play and write songs until 1996. Years later, his son found the 45 and gave it a listen. "He told me, 'Hey Dad, that's pretty good stuff,'" Langston recalled. After years on the back burner , Langston was inspired to re-start his musical career. "I decided to give it a shot and start sending stuff off," he said. "I didn't hear anything for six months. And then I got a call from Tate Publishing." The family-owned company based in Okalahoma worked with Langston to produce his eight-track album, "Someplace I'd Rather Be" in July 2012, which includes the original tracks from his old 45 as well as new material. The album was released April 16. Tate Publi”

“My national release date for my new CD on the Tate Music Group Label was Tuesday, April 16th, 2013. "Someplace I'd Rather Be" is now available at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore/book.php?w=847726007520. Thanks for listening!”