Jon PhilibertLet's Hate Ourselves In The Morning
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Gary Lumpkin and Connie Lee Stitch

Jon Philibert

Nashville based singer/songwriter is a Mississippi born,Tennessee raised son of a Baptist minister. The youngest of six children, he learned guitar from his father and played country music shows, talent contest, and local TV spots during his High School Days. Gary formed his first band at the age of 20 and traveled all over the southern United States playing clubs, honky tonks and concerts with artists like Cal Smith, Johnny Russell, and Sammi Smith. In 1979, he moved to Nashville, performing on "The Nashville Jubilee" and entering into a production and writing relationship with legendary honky tonk songwriter Carmol Taylor.
who produced several singles on Gary for NSD Records.

In 1985, Gary Lumpkin and Carmol Taylor recorded an album for London-based Password Records. "Honky Tonk,Two Stepping, Beer Drinking Saturday Night". The album was critically acclaimed by country music DJ's and brought Gary's vocal and playing talent to the attention of British country fans. A fine guitar player as well as singer, Gary recently spent spent a couple of years as bandleader and front man for Skip Ewing and has also enjoyed success as a songwriter, particulary the George Jones/Lacy J. Dalton Top Ten Hit, "Size Seven Round".

Connie Lee Stitch

This lady hails from the small community of Urbank, Minnesota and made her first record at the tender age of 12. At the age of 15, she began a five-year stint with the Grand Ole Opry Roadshow working with such great as Tammy Wynette, Conway Twitty, Little Jimmy Dickens, George Jones, and The Oak Ridge Boys.

Moving to Nashville , Connie cut four singles and an album, "I Miss You Minnesota", for the independent Joy-Bean label. In 1988, she recorded a single, "Up This Hill And Down", which garnered her a lot of attention on European country radio.

Guitar legend Chet Atkins was a firm supporter of Connie's talent and has been upfront in helping the lady to achieve recognition in the cutthroat Nashville music industry. Perhaps a little of the old charmer's talent rubbed off on Connie for as well as a great singer she's a multi-instrumentalist with guitar, fiddle, and dobro, autoharp and mandolin among her fingertip accomplishments.

Weather it's saw dust kickers like Let's Hate Ourselves In The Morning and I Only Want To Love You Forever, the Texas influenced San Antonio Days, sentimental ballards such as Mississippi Memory and Old Faithful, or the pure gospel tones of Life's Railroad To Heaven, Gary Lumpkin and Connie Lee Stitch offer good, honest country music at its best. Add the great appearance of Randy VanWarmer on the terrific honky tonk ballard Building A Bridge and you have an album thats class country all the way.
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