The Little Roy & Lizzy Show
Americana Highways is hosting this premiere of the Little Roy & Lizzy Show’s song “Story of My Life (Preacher Man),” from their forthcoming album, Welcome to the Show. Jon Weisberger was the executive producer of the album; and it was produced by Wayne Haun, Lizzy Long & Little Roy Lewis with recording by Brandon Epps, Joanna Finley & Leah Schattschneider; and Randy Poole.
It was mixed by Joe Carrell at Treasure Isle Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, and mastered by Alan Silverman at Arf! Mastering in New York City.
Cover design is courtesy of Rebekah Speer with layout by Lynn O’Hara.
“Story of My Life (Preacher Man)” is Lizzy Long on lead vocals, rhythm and lead guitar; Little Roy Lewis on guitar; Matthew Songmaker on mandolin, fiddle, and harmony vocals; Holger Olesen on bass fiddle, bass, vocals, and dobro; Sally Sandker on harmony vocals and Gordon Mote on piano.
Mountain music seems to have an inherently uplifting quality, and The Little Roy and Lizzy Show really capture this element in their music, with twang and, in this case, lyrics that pay heartfelt tribute to a life’s hero. There aren’t many.
“Preacher Man” is one of the songs dear to my heart. I wrote the song about a man at home that was my teacher, preacher, undertaker, coroner, and now, sheriff. I’ve learned a lot from him through the years. He has always been an outgoing, fun, happy person… which is what I always strive to be. It’s the “Story of my Life.” — Lizzy Long
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