CD
Title
Seeds
Performer
Pat Alger
Publisher
Sugar Hill, 1994
1 cd
EAN
0015891104126
CDR
JHX1371
Placing suggestion
76 - Country & Western (NBLC) J4 - Country (Flemish music schema)

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 4 times in Flemish libraries

About Pat Alger

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Pat Alger (born September 23, 1947, in LaGrange, Georgia) is a country music songwriter, singer and guitarist and a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame (2010) and the Georgia Music Hall of Fame (2013).

Early life and work

Patrick J. Alger was born in 1947 in LaGrange, Georgia. Alger attended Georgia Tech studying architecture but decided to concentrate on writing songs. He started as a solo folk performer at folk clubs.

In 1973, he moved to Woodstock, New York. It was there where he began his career as a musician and songwriter working together with Happy and Artie Traum as a member of the Woodstock Mountains Revue. The group included the Traum brothers, Arlen Roth, John Herald and Maria Muldaur among others. Some of the songs he wrote during this period were "Old Time Music" and "Southern Crescent Line."

Career

In 1980, hi…Read more on Wikipedia