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Episode 11: Dave Fenley

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Nashville-based songwriter Dave Fenley chats with Braden about everything from his new cover of "Grandpa (Tell Me 'bout the Good Old Days)" by The Judds to the life-changing moment he decided to pursue a career in music and the crazy story of how he opened for Miranda Lambert on her tours for 3 years. This wide-ranging conversation also includes ideas behind the purpose of music and what makes a song "good", and Dave's experiences on The Voice and America's Got Talent.


Music Featured in this Episode:

"Grandpa (Tell Me 'bout the Good Old Days)", The Judds cover by Dave Fenley


Support Dave:

"Grandpa" music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K2O8iEkh5vw

Website: https://davefenley.com


Follow The Pod:

Twitter: @okcountry1 @thecountrypod

Instagram/Facebook: @thisiscountrypodcast

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