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-Over the past 20 years Lesley White has traveled the country, performing his own brand of music inspired by the likes of Gordon Lightfoot, Warren Zevon and Van Morrison, (to name just a few). His songs are a culmination of inspired travel, love undone, and hope. From the haunting experience of the song "Invisible Dancers" to the inspiring lyrics and guitar combination of (After the Rain Falls) this CD seems to cover all the bases. His live performance has been recognized by the likes of Paul Rogers of the supergroup Bad Company... This is a CD that would be considered laid back, easy to listen to, and enjoy, with its rich guitar work, and story telling vocals...Carla, Las Vagas Nevada...+Over the past 20 years Lesley White has traveled the country, performing his own brand of music inspired by the likes of Gordon Lightfoot, Warren Zevon and Van Morrison, (to name just a few). His songs are a culmination of inspired travel, love undone, and hope. From the haunting experience of the song "Invisible Dancers" to the inspiring lyrics and guitar combination of (After the Rain Falls) this CD seems to cover all the bases. His live performance has been recognized by the likes of Paul Rogers of the supergroup Bad Company... This is a CD that would be considered laid back, easy to listen to, and enjoy, with its rich guitar work, and story telling vocals...

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Over the past 20 years Lesley White has traveled the country, performing his own brand of music inspired by the likes of Gordon Lightfoot, Warren Zevon and Van Morrison, (to name just a few). His songs are a culmination of inspired travel, love undone, and hope. From the haunting experience of the song "Invisible Dancers" to the inspiring lyrics and guitar combination of (After the Rain Falls) this CD seems to cover all the bases. His live performance has been recognized by the likes of Paul Rogers of the supergroup Bad Company... This is a CD that would be considered laid back, easy to listen to, and enjoy, with its rich guitar work, and story telling vocals...