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article imageTim Atwood talks 'Non-Essential Worker Blues,' releases video Special

By Markos Papadatos     Apr 23, 2020 in Music
Veteran country artist Tim Atwood chatted about "Non-Essential Worker Blues," which he is releasing later today. Digital Journal has the scoop.
Spawned by America's current "new normal," award-winning country artist Tim Atwood has written a new song, "The Non-Essential Worker Blues," that in a hip, tongue-in-cheek manner addresses the plight that many fine arts professionals now find themselves.
The raw home video of "Non-Essential Worker Blues" was recorded on a cell phone in Atwood's living room. This song is relatable to many Americans who never thought about their professions and passions as being non-essential and who long for the day when they can be essential once again.
At 6:30 p.m. CST today, "Non-Essential Worker Blues" will be taking Facebook by storm as multiple outlets will be streaming it at once at Tim Atwood's official Facebook page.
"Most artists are used to being on the road, going from town to town and rarely sitting still," Atwood said with a laugh. "Now, we are all stuck at home – having no idea we are non-essential. So, now we have to become creative and find some humor in a tough situation. Everyone I know has been affected by the events in the world and hopefully the 'Non-Essential Worker Blues' will make their day a little better."
Tim Atwood began his music career playing gospel music at the age of 13 for The Harris Family. Before settling in at the Grand Ole Opry, he toured with country legends Mel Street, Lynn Anderson, and Jim Ed Brown where he can still be seen regularly on the rebroadcasts of Jim Ed Brown's TV series "Nashville On The Road."
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