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Bringing it all back home

Singer-songwriter Cy Winstanley – half of the expat country-folk duo Tattletale Saints with his former partner, vocalist/bassist Vanessa McGowan – has lived in Nashville for more than five years.

Well, mostly.

Recently, he spent three months in Japan as a sideman for Glen Campbell’s daughter, Ashley, then in Australia and around the American South with Nashville-based singer Rachel Baiman, who helped them get established in the city.

McGowan, too, spends time outside

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