The soul-saving testimony of ‘Behind This Guitar’ troubadour Mo Pitney

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Ascending singer-songwriter Mo Pitney, on Rolling Stone’s “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know About” list, pinpoints the seeds of his Christian transformation and ongoing spiritual journey in the third installment of a deep-rooted interview straight from the heart. Seen here on November 11, 2017, Pitney poses inside his customized bus after playing a stellar, free show at the Alapaha Station Celebration in Alapaha, Georgia, in spite of declining attendance exacerbated by frigid, cloudy weather and the Georgia Bulldogs versus Auburn Tigers college football game [the Bulldogs were decisively crushed in a highly unexpected loss]. Photography by Jeremy Roberts
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Sitting on a comfy, plush red velvet couch, Mo Pitney feels the footlights beckoning as he awaits his turn backstage at the prestigious Stagecoach Festival at Empire Polo Club on April 30, 2016 in Indio, California. Photography by Joseph Llanes

The Mo Pitney Interview, Part Three [Conclusion]

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On July 4, 2017, bare-chested Curb Records artist and proud papa Mo Pitney strolls along a sunny beach with baby daughter Evelyne. Image Credit: Mo Pitney’s official Facebook
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“ There stood the girl that broke my heart, just a year ago, I thought that I was over her, but little did I know, that running into her like that, would leave me in a total mess, wishing that we never said goodbye.” The single cover art for Mo Pitney’s Cheerios-endorsing, devastating “Clean Up on Aisle Five,” the second track on the country balladeer’s debut album, “Behind This Guitar,” distributed on October 7, 2016. Image Credit: Curb Records
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Mo Pitney and best friend, wife, mother of daughter Evelyne, and concert merchandise saleswoman Emily Bankester endearingly clasp hands aboard the “Boy and a Girl Thing” singer’s customized bus after playing an energetic country show at the Alapaha Station Celebration in Alapaha, Georgia, on Saturday, November 11, 2017. Photography by Jeremy Roberts
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“Just an old mutt riding shotgun, getting my seats all muddy, just the one who I come home to, just my best fishin’ buddy.” Mo Pitney and beloved hunting spaniel dog Brittany amble along a winding dirt path somewhere in Nashville as featured on the rear cover of “Behind This Guitar,” dropped on October 7, 2016. Photography by Joseph Llanes or Cameron Powell / Curb Records

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Retro pop culture interviews & lovin’ someone fierce sustain this University of Georgia Master of Agricultural Leadership alum. Email: jeremylr@windstream.net

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