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Yeah, I Know, Who Cares - Various - 50/50 (CD)

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  7. Guitarist, singer, and songwriter, Richie Kotzen has just released his 22nd solo CD entitled, '50 for 50' on February 3rd via Headroom-Inc. It's a three-disc collection of 50 never before heard songs with some dating back as far as two decades. What started as a 14 track CD release, blossomed into a career-spanning collection of songs. It's an eclectic mix of old songs, new songs, and songs Author: Robert Cavuoto.
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