Nextdoor Sessions: Michael Reno Harrell: Southern Suggestions.

Nextdoor Sessions: Michael Reno Harrell: Southern Suggestions.

Michael Reno Harrell hails from the great state of Nth Carolina and penned this amazing song for a friend who was moving from Boston to Nth Carolina...."Southern Suggestions" is a complete A-Z Users Guide to life in the South written with the rare wit, humour and subtle 'turn of phrase' that is uniquely and unmistakably, Michael Reno Harrell.
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