“Working the Long Game” by Bill Lloyd is a solid contender for album of the year

“Working the Long Game,” the latest Bill Lloyd full-length for Texas-based SpyderPop Records, is not only his finest solo collection in nearly 25 years, it’s a solid contender for album of the year.

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Goldmine Video Presents:

Nashville Power Pop icon Bill Lloyd presents a video promo for his latest album, Working the Long Game, on Spyderpop Records, available at Amazon, CD Baby, itunes and Spyderpop.com.