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    One Step, Two Step drops for Brandon Rickman

    Brandon Rickman, long time guitarist and lead vocalist with Lonesome River Band, has released a debut single from his upcoming solo project. It’s a jaunty little song called One Step, Two Step, written by Tim Goins, which tells the story of Ima Jean, a lady who loved to dance and stepped her way through life. Brandon was assisted in the studio by Aaron McDaris on banjo, Andy Ball on mandolin, Jason Barie on fiddle, and Mark Fain on bass. The track, and the album, was produced by Jimmy Metz. Visit BLUEGRASS TODAY to listen

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    SESAC – Brandon Rickman’s Old Soul

    Brandon Rickman’s Old Soul SESAC For fast-rising singer/songwriter Brandon Rickman, the trip from his home in the Missouri Ozarks to the A-team writer’s rooms of Nashville was marked by several significant musical detours. Thankfully, the influences he picked up on that slow road – from mountain music to bluegrass to gospel – also happen to be the building blocks of great country music. Growing up “50 miles due west of Branson” and a half mile down the road from the local “hootenanny,” Rickman was performing from before he can remember, but the idea of making a living as a fulltime musician took a while to sink in. “I had a…

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