Fredericksburg Songwriters' Showcase T. Edwin Doss

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T. Edwin Doss learned how to play guitar by ear at age 11. While attending college, he wrote poetry that proved to be the beginnings of rhyme and meter. Soon he was writing his first tunes at age 19, and has never stopped, accumulating more than 200 songs.
After graduating from Appalachian State, he had the priviledge to open for Hank Williams, Jr., the late, Townes Van Zant, Livingston Taylor, Johnny Paycheck, and The Rosalyn Mountain Boys, to name a few.

T. Edwin is a songwriter's writer. His story-telling ballads are strong, sensitive and memorable. He has mastered the art of metaphor, and usage of alliteration and surprising rhyme. These spice his songs with lyrics that never let an audience release from the moment, perhaps telling a real life story, or a fictional fragment of something that the listeners know could be real.

He is a diamond in the rough, waiting to be found for larger venues. It's only a matter of time that his artistry of words will be discovered nation-wide.

T. Edwin Doss's music on Amazon


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