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Over You
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Over You
Brandon Trapp takes a look at Miranda Lambert's song, “Over You.” Miranda’s rise to fame was bolstered by the TV show, Nashville Star, where she was a finalist. She finished in 3rd place and later singed to Epic Records. Her first album, Kerosine, was released in 2005. It became a smash hit and is certified platinum in the US. 2011 proved to be a busy year for Miranda. She married fellow country music star, Blake Shelton, and also released her 4th album, For The Record. “Over You” is off this album, and was also written by Shelton. The song was written for Shelton’s brother that died in a car accident. He never felt like he could sing it, so Miranda took it and made it into a special song.

Brandon plays a Gibson Custom ES-335 Block Inlay in the lesson.

Brandon Trapp
    In the 7th grade Brandon got his first real guitar. After learning a few chords he found a 50's and 60's songbook lying around the house. Currently Brandon is a working musician and a guitar teacher at MusikWorks Studios in Rome, GA and is a regular contributor to

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