(10/24/2002)
21-year-old Russell Lynch of Mt. Zion, formerly of Virginia Beach, has recorded his own composition, a ballad called "Long Lonely Road." Lynch's song is now on the IndieWorld chart of independent country artists in 35th place.

Lynch, the son of Ron Lynch, the grandson of Madaline Stutler Lynch and the late Russell Lynch of Mt. Zion, has composed dozens of songs, some of which are now being recorded.

The country singer has a unique voice that captures the listener, full of life and inspiration. "My musical influences have been Bob Dylan, Tom T. Hall and Johnny Cash," he said. His songs reflect some of these artists, but they are new and personal.

His folks said he started singing before he could talk, coming from a long-line of Calhoun artisans, musicians and storytellers.

Photo courtesy of IndieWorld.com


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