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Best of Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
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Best of Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Artist Kenny Wayn Shepherd
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Recorded Version (GUITAR)
Catalog # 00690803

Price: $19.95

A digital version also available for purchase, click here.
Best of Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band Performed by Kenny Wayn Shepherd. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00690803, UPC: 073999927481)

15 songs from this blues guitarist extraordinaire, including: Alive • Blue on Black • Born with a Broken Heart • Changes • In 2 Deep • Ledbetter Heights • The Place You're In • Slow Ride • True Lies • and more.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALIVE SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN GIBB/SABER/VEDDER/MA  
BE MINE SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN GRAY/MCCLUNE  
BLUE ON BLACK SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN SHEPHERD/SELBY/SILLE  
BORN WITH A BROKEN HEART SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN SHEPHERD/TATE  
DEJA VOODOO SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN SELBY/SHEPHERD/SILLE  
IN 2 DEEP SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN SELBY/SHEPHERD/TATE/  
LAST GOODBYE SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN BUCKLEY/SHEPHERD/SEL  
LEDBETTER HEIGHTS SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN Digital Delivery
LET ME UP I'VE HAD ENOUGH SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN NADEAU/SELBY/SHEPHER  
PLACE YOU'RE IN,THE SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN FREDERIKSEN/SHEPHERD  
SHOTGUN BLUES SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN HUNT/SHEPHERD  
SLOW RIDE SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN HAYES/MCNALLY/PESSIS  
SOMEHOW SOMEWHERE SOMEWAY SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN SHEPHERD/TATE  
TRUE LIES SHEPHERD,KENNY WAYN SHEPHERD/TATE  
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