CD Review WC Edgar 'I Lied' 2016 5 Stars
If Dale Watson had made this record it might be his best received ever.
WC Edgar is still the Old School Survivor
Country Music UK Magazine
Welcome To Real Country Music
From The Book 'Outlaws Still At Large'
By Neil Alexander Hamilton
If you want old school take a listen to WC Edgar. His CD 'Old School Survivor (2011) reaches deep into roots country as he displays the influnce of Hank Williams and such 1970s Outlaws as David Allan Coe. And he backs it all up with a superlative voice reminiscent of George Jones and Johnny Paycheck.
In a not so perfect world filled with a facade of pretty faced boy bands with absolutely no substance and lame reality 'idol' shows filled with bad karaoke shower singers stands a guy at six foot three who's paid his dues in country music.
From touring Australia to a standing ovation from over 10,000 fans in France to a whirlwind 10 shows in 10 cities in 10 days in Spain to seven trips to France in less than six months to a short tour of Sweden in 2016 Nashville recording artist singer songwriter WC Edgar is the real deal.
His bio reads like a whos who in country music and he's played pedal steel guitar for everyone from Alan Jackson to Tim McGraw, Dale Watson, Ty England, Marty Haggard, Jeff Carson, Johnny Lee, Whitey Morgan, Lucky Tubb, Leroy Van Dyke, the cast at Nashville's Country Music USA Show plus countless others.
WC Edgar's music is played on thousands of stations around the globe daily included but not limited to Pandora, Spotify, Rhapsody, iTunes, XM Radio, Direct TV Channel 811 Honky Tonk Tavern and many more with the list growing larger everyday.
WC has worked shows with hundreds of artists including but not limited to...
Little Jimmy Dickens
Leroy Van Dyke
Gibson Miller Band
Asleep At The Wheel
Jo Dee Messina
And many many more...
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