Threadhead Record Artists Store--Individual Artist Releases

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Paul Sanchez–”Farewell To Storyville”

“‘Farewell to Storyville’, feels like the end of my journey home, the third in my personal trilogy on the road to redemption,” say Sanchez.

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Various Artists–”A Very Threadhead Holiday”

Some of New Orleans’ finest singers, songwriters and musicians gather to celebrate the holidays, New Orleans style.  Irreverent, eclectic and fun,  this collection of mostly originals is a must for any holiday music collection!

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Paul Sanchez–”Pieces of Me”

A collection of essays chronicling Paul’s journey through the aftermath of Katrina, finding himself and his music along the way.

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Boutté-Sanchez “Stew Called New Orleans”

Two of New Orleans’ favorite sons collaborate on a disc showcasing their combined performance and songwriting talents and their love for their hometown.

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Glen David Andrews–“Walking Through Heaven’s Gate”

This CD shows the world how gospel is done… Glen David style.

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Shamarr Allen–”Box Who In”

Voted the 2008 Best Emerging Artist at the Big Easy Awards, Allen’s star is rising in the Crescent City and the debut CD from his band, the Underdawgs proves it.

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Paul Sanchez–”Exit To Mystery Street”

In his first solo effort in the aftermath of Katrina, award winning songwriter, Paul Sanchez, explores his New Orleans… and finds his heart.

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John Boutté–”Good Neighbor”

Perennially voted Best Male Vocalist of the Year, John Boutté shines on this Best of 2008 CD. It also has the distinction of being THR’s very first project.

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