9 thoughts on “ Steal Away - Greg Trooper With The Flatirons* - Everywhere (CD)

  • Born and raised in New Jersey, Greg Trooper wrote songs recorded by the likes of Steve Earle and Vince floodmomorilesisleryguangjewabne.coinfo the early '70s, Trooper left the folk clubs of Greenwich Village for the music scene in Austin, Texas before moving to Lawrence, Kansas, where he entered college and continued to hone his guitar, singing, and songwriting skills.
  • Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Greg Trooper - Everywhere at Discogs. Complete your Greg Trooper collection/5(7).
  • Greg Trooper (born January 13, , Neptune Township, New Jersey, USA – died January 15, ) was an American singer-songwriter, whose songs have been recorded by many artists, including Steve Earle, Billy Bragg and Vince Gill.
  • Songwriter Greg Trooper's independent CD from with his band the Flatirons contains great examples of his thoughtful commercial style, which is not so much folk as folk-rock, with its ringing.
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  • Jan 15,  · Greg Trooper discography and songs: Music profile for Greg Trooper, born 13 January Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Americana. Albums include Make It Through This World, Popular Demons, and Floating.
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  • about. Born and raised in New Jersey, Greg Trooper has written songs recorded by the likes of Steve Earle and Vince Gill. In the early '70s, Trooper left the folk clubs of Greenwich Village for the music scene of Austin, Texas, before moving to Lawrence, Ka.

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