“People think of happiness and sadness as two different ends of the spectrum…but they actually have the same magnitude, which means that you can listen to a song that is so sad that it actually makes you feel happy.” -Weston Smith

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Weston Smith

The Love Story behind Whiskey, Wood, and Wire

About Weston Smith

Weston Smith is a country and blues singer from Mississippi who traveled and settled in Frazier, Colorado for adventure and community. He found a home away from home where he produces his songs.

He has wires for music, wood for the game, and whiskey for the soul. Whiskey, Wood, and Wire is Weston Smith’s second LP, inspired by the greats, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, and Johnny Cash.

“People think of happiness and sadness as two different ends of the spectrum…but they actually have the same magnitude, which means that you can listen to a song that is so sad that it actually makes you feel happy.” -Weston Smith

Producer, Interviewer, and editor: Mingjie Zhai.

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Weston Smith’s Creative Expressions

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