Randy Wayne Sitzler

Randy Wayne Sitzler
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Born in Detroit, Randy has definitely tasted his share of the “blue collar” way of life. Raised by parents who migrated from Tennessee and Alabama, he was immediately exposed to the ways of the south, cornbread and beans, bluegrass and country. At six years old Randy started playing music by strumming along to records by Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard and the Beatles. Playing guitar and songwriting quickly became his passion. Randy’s influences are Johnny Cash, Lennon & McCartney, John Mellencamp and Merle Haggard. He credits his mentor, Rick Beresford, for teaching him that songwriting is an art form as well as a craft and must come from the heart. Randy has two CD releases. In 2001 he released “Hard Days in The Heartland” under the DTM label. A powerful recording that takes an intense journey through the heartland of America with songs such as “ The Legacy”, “Blue Collar Redemption”, “Billy Crocker’s House” and the title track, “ Hard Days in The Heartland”. Randy’s latest effort, “Pontiac Trail”, under the Highway 29 Records label, takes a honest look at everyday life and the questions one may have about work, fairness, love and happiness. Skillfully penned songs such as “Got My Feet On The Ground”, “One Of These Days”, Boiling Bones For Stew”, and “ Loretta” will prove that Randy has a clear understanding as to the trials and tribulations of the common man
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Average Rating : 5              Total Reviews: 1

Randy Wayne Sitzler  12/18/2007            
Christy in Rochester, NY
Had the chance to hear Randy sing "One Of These Days" in Mason. Wow! Told Gary to find the cd. Terrific cd. Every song affects me in some way. If Randy reads this: Go Tigers!
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