Luke Guy Reed

Luke Guy Reed - singer songwriter

Luke Guy Reed - singer songwriter

MUSIC

The title track to the "No Hat" album which contains 12 tracks,10 were self penned. "No Hat" actually started as a poem written by Argia H. Witney, she wrote it tongue in cheek about me due to my strong interest in Native American affairs and my long association with their spirituality. She handed me the words and said now make it your own and with some input from Graham Walker this fun song came to be recorded. No Hat became runner up for album of the year.
This track was written a while back but it was a deliberate attempt to write in a classic style, about classic events in the life of a country boy on the road, missing his girl. Hopefully i did a good job, with Dave Hayward - steel and Graham walker - lead guitar, pulling off some great licks and keeping it country. It also achieved a song of the year award and the album was runner up.
Written by Victoria Shaw and Garth Brooks, how could any one not like this track, unless of course you don’t like my rendition of it. Inspirational lyrics of the sort i just can’t resist recording. A song full of passion and encouragement, I always try to pick songs that i relate to and never tier of singing. This is off my Solo Country Album that was recorded with minimum amount of layers and is somewhat raw, but when I play them out Solo, audiences always responded well to the tracks on this album.
From the Solo Country album possibly one of my favorite songs I cover, written by Mike Hanley and brought to the charts by Hal Ketchum. This song inspires me to improve my own writing to this standard as well as the resonation I have with the lyrics.
From the album of the same name was also added to the No Hat album was also included in some country music chart success across Europe. This was actually one of the first songs I ever wrote. Just good and country!
A Chris Knight song I borrowed from Randy Travis but its a truck driving song and once again I can relate, having done plenty of truck driving in my time, and more time on the road than your girl might enjoy.
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