01.14.2014 - By The Commercial Suicide Songwriting Podcast

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He was a founding member of the band EXILE. He "discovered" Billy Ray Cyrus and Montgomery Gentry... only to have them both leave him behind when fame and money came along. He wrote the song "April's Fool" which was on Tracy Lawrence's million-selling album, "Sticks and Stones" and he's more active today than ever! He's BERNIE FAULKNER, a Nashville songwriter favorite and a true character. Bernie was gracious enough to host Randy and Steve in his Music Circle demo studio/publishing office for an EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW and even passed along a demo of his as-of-yet unreleased song "Fortune (That You Can Never Spend)" for inclusion in this episode.

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