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About the video
Alecia Nugent sings "Too Good To Be True"
About the artist
She would later combine it with a traditional country style, but Alecia Nugent grew
up surrounded by traditional bluegrass music. Her father started the Southland
Bluegrass Band the year Nugent was born, and when she was old enough she
joined the band and sang lead on Holly Dunn's hit, "Daddy's Hands." She was
the band's lead vocalist by her late teens, adding some of the gutsy style of her
favorite singer, Reba McEntire. By the end of the '90s she had built a loyal
following in and around her home state of Louisiana. Bluegrass promoter Johnny
Stringer was one of her fans and eventually got Nugent in touch with Rounder
Records through his friend and Grand Ole Opry announcer Eddie Stubbs.
Rounder signed Nugent and released her self-titled debut in early 2004. A Little
Girl...A Big Four-Lane appeared two years later. ~ David Jeffries, All Music Guide