Genealogy is a hobby loved by millions. East Tennessee native, Denise Reagan set out on a journey to discover her past. In the process, she uncovered family secrets and heartwarming stories. Those stories are woven into the songs on the concept record, ”Where Did the Time Go.” The companion book, by the same title, tells the backstory of those songs. She has a compelling story of the surprises she discovered while researching four hundred years of her family tree. “Where Did the Time Go,” tells the story of Denise Reagan’s ancestors from the time they left Europe for America in the 1600s to life in Appalachia in the 1940s. The music project includes several musical styles: celtic, folk, bluegrass, jazz and old-time. The topics range from saints to sinners, Native Americans, Long Hunters, Patriots, Union Soldiers, Confederates, Outlaws & Preacher Men. The music & book combo is the perfect gift for a genealogist who loves acoustic music. The music is a great accompaniment for your next road trip. To learn more about the project visit: www.Euferzine.com
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Denise Reagan is a singer songwriter from Appalachia who has always loved a good story. She started writing poems around the age of nine and songs around the time she turned 13. Both of her parents were teachers, so higher education was always an expected goal. In college, she studied English Literature, Theater and Journalism at Tennessee Tech and MTSU. She worked briefly in television after graduating from college but did not enjoy it. That is because she hated pouring her soul into writing a piece that would be obsolete in 30 minutes. She preferred to write something of lasting value, a song. Her songs would be considered Americana or Roots Music. She has released two music projects: "Excuse Me, But I Have Something to Say" in 2012 and "Where Did the Time Go" in 2016. You can listen to them on Spotify or download them from iTunes, CD Baby or Amazon. Look for them under the name Euferzine. Yep, it is a very strange name, but it was her grandmother’s name. You can find out why she uses that name by going to her website: www.euferzine.com
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