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Bottom Of The Blues

by Mark Viator & Susan Maxey

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2014 release from Viator & Maxey

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released June 3, 2014

Mark Viator & Susan Maxey
Bottom Of The Blues

All Songs ©2014 Mark Viator/BMI
Except: “Don’t Step Away” by Randy Weeks/
“Reno Nevada” by Richard Fariña/
“No Place To Fall” by Townes Van Zandt/
“Wayne Perry Blues” traditional
“Someone I Used To Love” by Bruce Cockburn/

Mark Viator – Vocals, Acoustic, Electric, and National Steel Guitars
Susan Maxey – Vocals
Ed Friedland – Upright & Electric Bass on #1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 10
David Carroll – Upright Bass on #4, 5, 7, 8
John McGlothlin – Drums on #2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8
Richard White – Drums on #1, 9
East Side Flash – Piano & Organ
Jimmy Ruggierre - Harmonica
Peter Schwarz – Fiddle on #2, 3
Beth Chrisman – Fiddle on #5, 8

Produced and Recorded by Mark Viator at Rambleheart Studio
Mixed and mastered by Cris Burns at Cris Burns Audio
Design by Ana Amezcua
Photography by Dana Lynne Stringer (www.danalynne.com)
Art by Judy Paul (www.judypaul.com)

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Mark Viator & Susan Maxey Austin, Texas

Songwriters Viator & Maxey bring you an ever-evolving repertoire of songs about endless highways, hurricanes, barrooms, and the power of love. Their tightly woven vocals are underscored by Mark’s slide and acoustic guitar playing, and Susan’s soulful voice is an instrument all its own. They deliver an emotional authenticity built on the rhythms of Louisiana and the poetry of Texas troubadours. ... more

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