The loosers club
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The best kept secret in music


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Burnett is releasing his 3rd Album( still not titled) In the spring of 2011 has already got a top 10 single in the ecma's River of tears hit #6 in the Netherlands in 2009

His second album , (Outlaw) also gave Burnett a top 10 single in the emca's. Give me a Bottle of Whiskey went # 10 in Norway and #8 in Italy in 2007

His first album Outlaw Country also had a top 10 in the emca's gone went # 3 in the united kingdom in 2008.

Since 2007 burnett has been played over seas 20,000 times


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Born in Bakersfield California, Burnett life began just like a good old country song being raised by potato farmers and raised up on the tunes of Buck Owens and Merle Haggard. His ability to whooo an audience at a young age had him singing on the stage of his daddy’s bar called the Pump room in Bakersfield, all the way to the Eagles club in Morrilton Arkansas by the time he was five years old. Burnett later moved to Arkansas where he developed the love for Folk, Bluegrass and The Blues. At the age of sixteen he started his first band called (Full Deck) and he began playing VFW's and county fairs. At seventeen Burnett Recorded his first record in Nashville TN.
Good times, hard times and the simple way of life, All the stuff our legneds of country have sung about for years, seem to tell Burnetts story. For 13 years the outlaw has been playing every bar and corn dog rodeo he could and he has headlined for three shows in Branson Missouri where he was able to perform tribute songs to his country Idols who help mold him to be the truest performer of his own talent. Ever hungry to express himself in his own light he has continued to write and perform his own original crowd pleasing songs day after day. Burnett is a seasoned pro. that can take charge of any venue, large or small and entertain anyone and all ages, leaving the crowd begging for more each and every time.