“I’m very happy being able to just make music that makes me happy, play it as much as I want to play it and connect with people as much as I want to connect and spend the bulk of my time at home,” says John Paul White, who is touring after the release of his second solo album, “Beulah.”
“I’m very happy being able to just make music that makes me happy, play it as much as I want to play it and connect with people as much as I want to connect and spend the bulk of my time at home,” says John Paul White, who is touring after the release of his second solo album, “Beulah.” Allister Ann
“I’m very happy being able to just make music that makes me happy, play it as much as I want to play it and connect with people as much as I want to connect and spend the bulk of my time at home,” says John Paul White, who is touring after the release of his second solo album, “Beulah.” Allister Ann
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