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Austin Cunningham Releases County & Western Music

For nearly three decades, TexanAustin Cunningham has
been honing his craft right on Music Row. Splitting time between his
home in McKinney, TX and Nashville, TN, Cunningham has racked up more
than 70 cuts by a diverse list of top shelf artists like Hank Williams,
Jr., Martina McBride, Dolly Parton, Chris Knight, Wynona, Del McCoury
and more. Among those cuts are 9 that landed in the top 10, while some
of his other songs have ended up in film and television. 

a performer, the affable Cunningham engages his listeners with his
immediately likable vocals and guitar, all anchored by well-crafted

“Austin Cunningham doesn’t photoshop the truth,” said noted songwriterAlan Shamblin(“I Can’t Make You Love Me,” “The House That Built Me”). “He writes it
raw and real and his songs make me feel something way down deep in my
soul. You can’t put Austin in a box or make him wear a label. He’s a
musical mustang that will never be tamed and he’s also one of the best
songwriters I’ve ever heard — period.” 

Acclaimed Americana artistChris Knightagreed: “This is a damn good record!”

Cunningham’s new offering,Country & Western Music (release date May 10), features songs that are rooted in Americana, Country and Texas music. Produced withJim Reilly,Country & Western Musicfeatures rockin’ country (“Homesick Gypsy”), humor (“God’s Last Name”
and “Testicle Festival”) Tex-Mex (“Friends, Fajita and Ice Cold Beer”), a
shuffle (“Jerry Holt’s Jam”), introspective (“Long Train”) and
heartfelt (“Favorite Song”).

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