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Daron Norwood Newcomer Norwood has the choke-and-moan vocal approach of a thousand other Nashville hunks. What saves him is the material he's chosen for Daron NorwoodCountry Newcomer Norwood has the choke-and-moan vocal approach of a thousand other Nashville hunks. What saves him is the material he's chosen for 1994-03-25
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Daron Norwood

Genre: Country; Lead Performer: Daron Norwood; Status: In Season

Newcomer Norwood has the choke-and-moan vocal approach of a thousand other Nashville hunks. What saves him is the material he’s chosen for Daron Norwood — better-than-average songs about livin’ and lovin’, including the hit ”If It Wasn’t for Her I Wouldn’t Have You.” But he loses points for recording one of country’s worst, if inevitable, titles — ”Phantom of the Opry,” a maudlin duet with Travis Tritt. B

Originally posted March 25 1994 — 12:00 AM EST

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