Nashville Songwriter Series: Robert White Johnson

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Many professional songwriters live and die by their songs, with few other options when it comes to their abilities to survive in the music business. One writer who broke that mold a long time ago, though, is Robert White Johnson. Johnson, who came up playing drums and singing for a living around his native Moline, […]

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