South Padre Island, Texas (PRWEB) December 27, 2007
Never Die Records presents Dean Strickland's first full length CD from the road "Hitchhiking Guitarman" set for official release on January 1, 2008.
After hitchhiking from gig to gig in Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee and California for over the last two years, thirteen original songs make up the highly publicized singer-songwriter's full length album written from his experiences while hitchhiking.
Kathy Shepard of the Nashville Musician wrote:
"He has a great voice, one that's very easy on the ear. His original songs are first-hand experiences of his life."
Celinda Emison of the Abilene Reporter-News wrote:
"If you see a tall stranger, dressed in black from head to toe with a guitar slung over his shoulder, walking down a Texas highway, you aren't seeing the ghost of Johnny Cash, but rather Dean Strickland, a country singer/songwriter, who is on the way to his next gig."
Preston Jones of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram wrote:
"Fort Worth-reared singer/songwriter Dean Strickland might be one up on Willie Nelson. Nelson can sing On The Road Again, while Strickland's been living it."
W.F. Chapman of the Texas Music Monthly wrote:
"The Woody Guthrie Of This Generation"
"Hitchhiking Guitarman", a replicated CD packaged in a 12 pt premium grade gloss card stock sleeve will be made available online at:
Scheduled performance dates and update information is available at: