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Bart Crow goes Hollywood with new single

Monday, February 2, 2009 – Texas artist Bart Crow is releasing his brand new single Hollywood today. Crow teamed up with writer/producer Dexter Green to record the song.

"Hollywood is one of the more spiritually honest songs that I have ever written. It's a true story about a friend who lost their path to their dreams by believing in false hope, but I guess sometimes it takes a heart break to realize you were blind to begin with. It's only then that you can make the decision to move on or sink."

Crow was on the Texas charts last year with Back Down from his "Desperate Hearts' CD.

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