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 The Pea Pickin’ Hearts
released 3 CDs this year…

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The Pea Pickin Hearts perform cover songs as well!

 

Click Here for a list of some of our Cover Tunes!

Cinnamon Girl</br>by Neil Young</br>sung by the Pea Pickin' Hearts!

CINNAMON GIRL

by Neil Young sung by the Pea Pickin’ Hearts

 

Cinnamon Girl by Neil Young debuted on the 1969 album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, Young’s first album with backing band Crazy Horse.  The single reached #55 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in 1970. Click  album (left) to hear the Peas’ version. *Note:  Demo only. Not for sale.

 

Did I Shave My Legs for This by Deana Carter sung by the Pea Pickin' Hearts!DID I SHAVE MY LEGS
FOR THIS?

by Deana Carter sung by the Pea Pickin’ Hearts

Did I Shave My Legs for This? was the debut album of American country artist Deana Carter, released in 1996.  The title track was released as a single.

Click on the Album (pictured left) to hear the Pea Pickin’ Hearts version. *Note: Recording is for demo purposes only and is not for sale.

 

For Your Love by the Yardbirds sung by the Pea Pickin' Hearts!

FOR YOUR LOVE

by the Yardbirds sung by the Pea Pickin’ Hearts

For Your Love is a 1965 single written Graham Gouldman and performed by the  The Yardbirds.  It peaked at number three on UK Singles Chartand became their highest charting single in the US, peaking at number six.

Click on the Album (pictured left) to hear the Pea Pickin’ Hearts version. *Note: Recording is for demo purposes only and is not for sale.

 

I Love You Honey by Patsy Cline sung by the Pea Pickin' Hearts!

I LOVE YOU, HONEY

by Patsy Cline sung by the Pea Pickin’ Hearts

After releasing the singles, Hidin’ Out, I Love You Honey, and I’ve Loved and Lost Again, Patsy Cline’s first single issued in 1957 entitled Walkin’ After Midnight peaked at #12 on the Top Pop Songs chart.

Click on the Album (pictured left) to hear the Pea Pickin’ Hearts version. *Note: Recording is for demo purposes only and is not for sale.

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