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Re: “Live: Five things learned watching Bucky Covington

I really do not appreciate your comments at all. This is a person's dream and life that you are trashing and toying with. I think you thought that you were being cute and funny but that it not what came across. Bucky Covington has worked hard for everything that he has accomplished so far. If he was not a good singer and performer, he would not have devoted fans, it's as simple as that. Being a fan club member and knowing someone that is close to Bucky, I can tell you that he is devoted to his career and fans. This is his dream and he always goes out of his way to talk to his fans and make them happy. Bucky was very excited to be in his home state of North Carolina, and believe me, he is sincere with everything he says so when he said hello to North Carolina many times, he meant every last one of them.

Mr. Covington is hard at work on his second album. My gosh, his first album has only been out a year and 6 months. ALL artists do cover songs and we enjoy every single one of them. You are right maybe on one thing, his "American Idol" training does come out after all doing "cover" songs is part of the process. His fans know that and really appreciate it. Most of the cover songs have a special meaning for him so instead of trashing someone, try to enjoy what they bring to the music world.

Posted by Kgator on 10/23/2008 at 1:36 PM

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