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Terry Rasor

Terry Rasor

Americana / Ameripolitan / Singer/Songwriter Fort Worth, TX  US
Take Me Back To Dixie
Take Me Back To Dixie
A Lonesome Sound
A Lonesome Sound
Up And Gone
Up And Gone
It Wasn't Worth It
It Wasn't Worth It


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  • Texas Singer/Songwriter


Terry Rasor



Sounds Like: Hank Williams Jr., David Alan Coe, John Conlee

Label: Indie

Bio: Terry Rasor is from Fort Worth, Texas and has been writing songs and performing since the early seventies. He began playing the mandolin and guitar at age nine and was performing at only thirteen, singing and playing mandolin in the award winning bluegrass band, 'The Sunset Harmony Boys'. In 1988...See Full Bio

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Terry Rasor has a show on 07/30/2015 at 07:00 PM @ Chubby's Burger Shack in Fort Worth, TX http://www.reverbnation.com/q/60zfuj #concert


“ TERRY RASOR IS ONE OF THOSE serious, independent, freedom-loving, in-your-face sorts of singer songwriters who makes it clear where he stands. On A Lonesome Sound, on the first song, titled, “My Last Song” and written by Roy Robinson, Rasor sings, “You can break me into pieces, but you’ll never make me small” and “you can draw me a picture, but I choose what I choose to see.” He does this sort of looking-back music well, setting the mood for many of the ten songs — five of them his own — that he delivers in an assertive baritone. That song is one of the CD’s highlights. Two more include the title song about papa staggering home from the company of old men, dominoes, and the music of Lefty Frizzell, George Jones, and Hank Snow and the pensive “Up and Gone,” about a lonely man who feels forgotten. Rasor also sings of a bounty hunter’s confrontation with outlaws, a man who likes a little beer and a little weed, the last request of the gunfighter Billy the Kid,”

— Tom Geddie, Buddy Magazine

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Q: where can i buy a cd of your music??terry story johndere1954@aol.com

A: Thanks for asking! visit www.terryrasor.com/raz-store.html

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