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"Robert K. Oermann Review #1"

"He has a terrific hillbilly baritone. The song is ultra cute. The stuttering-guitars and rocking track cooks with gas. I'd put this on my station's playlist in a New York minute."

referring to Lloyd's first single "Was it Good for You." - Music Row magazine


"Lloyd Album Review"

Southern boys seem to have a knack for singing country soul. This debut album from Knight proves he is no exception. Produced by Brien Fisher for the independent Rustic Records label, the group dug deep to come up with songs from some of Music City's premium music scribes, not to mention the caliber of the pickers on the album. Of the ten cuts on the CD, "That's What a Redneck Is," penned by Hayward Franks, has "hit" written all over it as far as I'm concerned. - Nashville Music Guide


"Robert K. Oermann Review #2"

"He has chesty, masculine baritone, which makes the sadly nostalgic lyric about a soldier who's far away sound all the more effective. Nice job."

refering to Lloyd's second single, "Wishing I Was Home." - Music Row Magazine


Discography

Lloyd's full length album, "Takin' it South," was released in late 2006.
Lloyd also recorded the Christmas classic "Winter Wonderland" that was released on the CD compilation titled, "Still Believing in Christmas" with various Grand Ole Opry stars including Porter Wagoner, Lorrie Morgan, Tanya Tucker, and Little Jimmy Dickens, just to name a few.
He has sent four singles to radio: "Hello Beer," "Was it Good for You," "Wishing I Was Home," and the latest single, "That's What a Redneck Is" is currently moving up the charts.

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Bio

Raised in Vidalia, Georgia, Lloyd Knight decided at a young age that he wanted nothing more than to be an entertainer. So he started right away, serenading anyone who would listen with Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues". Although he has expanded his repertoire since then, Lloyd remains true to the southern rock and country influences of his upbringing.
Lloyd's distinctive baritone voice sets him apart from all the other country music singers. His repetoire ranges from classic country and Conway Twitty to southern rock and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Lloyd has toured extensively throughout the last decade, and he currently gearing up to hit the road again.

To see a short video clip of Lloyd visit:
http://www.rusticrecordsinc.com/lloydknight07.htm

To hear more songs from Lloyd visit his MySpace page at: http://www.myspace.com/lloydknightrr