|born on||27 January 1968 at 04:38 (= 04:38 AM )|
|Place||Atlanta, Texas, 33n07, 94w10|
|Timezone||CST h6w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||06°34' 07°30 Asc. 25°11'|
American singer, a 6 ft tall, boyish hunk of Country-Western music, big with the female fans. He was the step-son of a banker and a mom who raised six kids, of whom he was more trouble than the lot for getting into things and rowdy behavior, in spite of singing in church choir. He learned guitar and performed at Jamborees from the time he was 15. Two years later he was getting gigs in honky-tonks and clubs. By the time he finished high school he was working with bands.
Lawrence moved to Nashville 9/90 and seven months later, signed a record contract with a debut album "Sticks and Stones." In May, 1991 he was celebrating his album with an old friend in Nashville when they were held up by three gunmen. The two men were robbed but Lawrence put up a fight when his woman friend was threatened and the gunmen shot him twice, putting him in the hospital for several weeks.
During 1992, he and his band did 280 show dates, becoming known as the finest young representative of the new breed of honky-tonk singers.
His tenth album, "The Rock" was released in 2009, and he released a single, "The Singer", in 2011.
- Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 9 June 2009 ("The Rock", tenth album released)
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- Family : Childhood : Family large (Six kids)
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Country-Western
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Vocalist/ Pop, Rock, etc.