Richie McDonald life and biography

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Richie McDonald biography

Date of birth : 1962-02-06
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Lubbock, Texas, U.S.
Nationality : American
Category : Arts and Entertainment
Last modified : 2011-03-02
Credited as : Country music singer, Lonestar,

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Richard Vance "Richie" McDonald is an American country music artist. From 1992 until his departure in 2007, he was the lead singer of the group Lonestar, which recorded seven studio albums on BNA Records during his tenure as lead vocalist.

Christian country singer and songwriter Richie McDonald was born February 6, 1962 in Lubbock, TX, a fitting birthplace (Buddy Holly was also born there, along with several other notable musicians) for this fine guitarist, bassist, and piano player. From 1992 to 2007, he was lead singer for the group Lonestar, who landed nearly 30 singles (many of which McDonald wrote or co-wrote) on the country charts during that time. He also co-wrote hits for other artists, including "She's Always Right" for Clay Walker, "Let Them Be Little" for Billy Dean, "Coalmine" for Sara Evans, and "Once a Woman Gets a Hold of Your Heart" for Heartland. McDonald left Lonestar in 2007 and launched a solo career. He released a holiday album, If Every Day Could Be Christmas, in 2007, and followed it with the faith-based album I Turn to You on Lucid Records in 2008.




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