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Jul142014

Bill LaBounty

Bill LaBounty keeps creating great albums. It’s proof that his musical mind is constantly active and sharp as ever. With his new release, ‘Into Something Blue’, LaBounty delivers a collection of work that includes original tunes, but he also finds inspiration in songs by The Drifters, Ray Charles and even Bob Dylan. Think of these songs as wet clay in the hands of a master potter. And, with a little help from guitarist Larry Carlton, that’s what Bill LaBounty does with music - he makes it his own with his own touch. As always, Bill never disappoints. He delivers. Inside MusiCast welcomes our good friend, Bill LaBounty.

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