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A native of Western North Carolina, Randy has been writing and performing since his early teens.  

Growing up in Bryson City, North Carolina, a half mile outside of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, during the 1960's, gave him an interesting perspective from the point of view an honest to goodness country boy.  His songs and stories reflect his small town, Appalachian roots. He and his friends spent their summers riding their horses in the National Park, where they would make acquaintance with girls from Florida, camping with their families, led to his  song "Deep Creek".  "Tree Horse" came from playing on the same tree that is father played on as a boy.  "Another Bubba Saturday Night" tells the story of country folk, mill workers, letting their hair down at The Moose Lodge, on Saturday nights. "Ireland" is based on the beauty of the home of his ancestors, with an interesting take on the building of the Titanic, in Belfast.  That's just the beginning.

Song after song, story after story, weaves a tapestry of the life and times of Appalachian life of a revenuers son.  

Along with his three albums of original songs, Randy has a repertoire of hundreds of cover songs, iconic hits from the likes of The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Creedence, Merle Haggard, Waylon, Willie, Chicago, Sam Cooke, The Bee Gees, and many, many more.

Randy has the unique ability to entertain any audience in any venue, whether it be a concert of original (homemade) songs, songs that you know and can dance to, or music for a club or restaurant, a good time will be had by all and everyone will leave wanting more.

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