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Live On

Live On is the third studio album by American blues solo artist Kenny Wayne Shepherd, released in 1999. It was certified Gold by the RIAA in 2000. Live On marks the second and last album (the first being Trouble Is...) to feature vocals from Noah Hunt; although, Hunt also sang two tracks on Kenny's 2004 release, The Place You're In, until 2011's How I Go.

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