Dr. Wesley Britton is the author of four books on espionage on TV, Films, and in literature. He's co-host of online radio's "Dave White Presents" where he interviews musicians, authors, actors, and entertainment insiders. He teaches English at Harrisburg Area Community College.
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While the Brits discovered her, American Lisa Mills is pure Memphis soul, blues, and country
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Andy Timmons goes psychedelic, paying homage to Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
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