DeFuniak Springs resident returns to music after approval from son

Published: Friday, May 10, 2013 at 03:00 PM.

"Someplace I'd Rather Be," reflects various country styles; some songs even have a blues element.

"It's a well-rounded album," Langston said. "There's a little bit for everybody."

To promote his album, Langston hopes to put a full band together and start touring festivals. Unfortunately, his day-job as a restaurant owner, can get in the way.

"I wish my entire focus was on my music, but I'm trying to juggle life," he admitted. "A lot of people I know don't even know I play. I'd love to put a quality band together."

If you told Langston last year that he would be plugging a new album and putting a band together to promote his music, he may not have believed you. It goes to show it's never too late to follow your dreams.

"Last year I wasn't doing a lot," he said of his schedule. "This time, it's taken off."


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