A Century Too Late

Greg Hager - A Century Too Late CD

I recorded my second CD, A Century Too Late at the Nashville studio of music producing legend, Gene Breeden. Gene has been producing albums for 39 years, and I couldn’t be more pleased with his approach to this western themed CD. Like my first album, all these songs are 100% original.

Gene Breeden, Barry Wayne, Jamie Bowles, Kraig Hutchens, John Heinrich, Clinton Gregory, and Sam Hunter helped me create the music you’ll enjoy on this album. I start with Cattle Call and tell the story about how life used to be for the cowboy when the time came for round-up. Christmas And Cowboys tells the story of Christmas from a cowboy’s perspective. The Hoss is a catchy song about bosses and work. I appreciate the music of Kyle Evans and Chris LeDoux. I pay homage to them in Shine.

In my shows, I remove my hat and hang it on the end of my guitar when I sing Shine as a tribute to men like Kyle, Chris, and others that have worn the boots that we all try to fill. Hopes And Dreams puts life into perspective and reminds us of where we all came from. For my wife, I sing what she is…my Paradise. The title track tells a history lesson about Dakota…a place I love, where I was raised, and where I was born A Century Too Late.

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1 Cattle Call
2 The Hoss
3 Christmas And Cowboys
4 Valley Of My Dreams
5 The Barber Shop
6 Eights And Aces
7 Shine
8 Hopes And Dreams
9 Paradise
10 True Cowboy Love
11 A Century Too Late

Price: $15.00

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