2020 release from the acclaimed country music singer/songwriter. Signs of a Good Time was produced by Dan Huff protégé Brandon Hood. Tim Dugger has spent the last decade mining his truth, all the while honing a work ethic that's unmatched. He never goes more than two weeks without playing a show. If he's not exploring a hole-in-the-wall honky tonk or watching a race, you can find him in Nashville-where he now lives with his wife-perfecting his craft alongside some of Nashville's best songwriters. When he's on the road, you just might find Dugger at a dive bar near a race track on a cold beer night-a place that feels like home for the singer. "I've had so many late nights and smoky bars and shows. I feel like I went to Honky Tonk University," he says. "I got something you can't pay for. You have to live it."
2020 release from the acclaimed country music singer/songwriter. Signs of a Good Time was produced by Dan Huff protégé Brandon Hood. Tim Dugger has spent the last decade mining his truth, all the while honing a work ethic that's unmatched. He never goes more than two weeks without playing a show. If he's not exploring a hole-in-the-wall honky tonk or watching a race, you can find him in Nashville-where he now lives with his wife-perfecting his craft alongside some of Nashville's best songwriters. When he's on the road, you just might find Dugger at a dive bar near a race track on a cold beer night-a place that feels like home for the singer. "I've had so many late nights and smoky bars and shows. I feel like I went to Honky Tonk University," he says. "I got something you can't pay for. You have to live it."
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Signs Of A Good Time (Mod)

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Format: CD
Label: CURB MOD
Rel. Date: 04/24/2020
UPC: 715187440821

Signs Of A Good Time (Mod)
Artist: Tim Dugger
Format: CD
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2020 release from the acclaimed country music singer/songwriter. Signs of a Good Time was produced by Dan Huff protégé Brandon Hood. Tim Dugger has spent the last decade mining his truth, all the while honing a work ethic that's unmatched. He never goes more than two weeks without playing a show. If he's not exploring a hole-in-the-wall honky tonk or watching a race, you can find him in Nashville-where he now lives with his wife-perfecting his craft alongside some of Nashville's best songwriters. When he's on the road, you just might find Dugger at a dive bar near a race track on a cold beer night-a place that feels like home for the singer. "I've had so many late nights and smoky bars and shows. I feel like I went to Honky Tonk University," he says. "I got something you can't pay for. You have to live it."