Gene Gatwood

Gene Gatwood

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Country - General | Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Total Song Plays: 6,280   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Book author and aspiring song writer. All copyrighted!
"The Lovin' Time" and "The Way You Love Me," were written with Alan Jackson in mind because of the close, loving relationship he has with his wife and family. One thing for sure, the ladies love the songs.
And, if anyone personally knows country star Jason Aldean, tell him that Gene and Terry Wallace, who resides in Warner Robins, GA, wrote a great copyrighted song for him, named "Macon Boys."
Listen to the song and you will know that Jason will love it. Why? Duh-uh, because he was born and raised in Macon, Georgia! You might also ask him to review "Money," "Country Boy's Dream," "Good-Lookin' Woman," "How Many Times?", and "Jose, Salt & Lime."

Gene and Terry also wrote "Wholeheartedly," "Country Boy's Dream," "Sailin' Thru the Islands," and "Money" with Zac Brown in mind. Give a listen to the copyrighted songs mentioned above.


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A recent upload, "Glidin' to October" is a powerful, well-written rock song performed by song-writing partner, Terry Wallace. This song should be viewed and recorded because of the poignant lyrics and dynamic delivery. Addresses subject matter which is prevalent throughout our nation: Drugs and their devastating impact upon lives of those controlled by them.


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Louie Cate posted over 30 days ago to Gene Gatwood


cool gene, banjo makes the whole thing valid

   
 
Gene Gatwood posted over 30 days ago


Gene has written and published a $2.99 Smashwords edition e-book "Dobie's River," which is approximately 160,000 words. It should be a MUST READ for prospective college students; especially Chapters 37 (A Georgia Tech Obstacle,) 38 (The Yellow Jacket Overwhelms,) and 39 (First Quarter Grades.)

Faced with initial overwhelming obstacles, this young man packed up his belongings and returned home. However, he could not live with the thought of having quit. So, he returned to school and went on to achieve a doctorate degree in Chemical Engineering. Additionally, he was recognized as one of the top Georgia Tech graduating students when he completed his course work from that prestigious university.

In 2004, the engineer, Tom Malone, was inducted into the Georgia Tech Engineering Hall of Fame. In attendance at the ceremony was Tom's former boss and close friend, Mr. Roger Milliken, of Milliken & Company, Inc. After receiving his Bachelor degree, Tom completed his PhD Chemical Engineering course work in less than three years. During the 2004 Hall of Fame ceremony, one of the presenters stated that it was a record accomplishment that still remained intact.

The book is a humorous, informative easy read about young men and women during their first years of college life, including certain amounts of sex, destruction and rejection of authority.

Overall theme is Churchill's quote, "NEVER EVER GIVE UP!!!"

To review the book, click on
http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/252464 1


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