"Most of the time was taken up by traveling and editing," said Horgan. "Most of the musicians I recorded with were in New England. Only one piece on the CD was recorded in Georgia."
The CD is not only available in the United States, but it's also available internationally as well. Centaur Records is one of the oldest and largest independent classical labels around.
"It may have taken a lot of time and money to complete, but the greatest reward is having your work recognized on an international level," said Horgan. Those interested in purchasing "Mo's Bit o'Blues can buy a signed copy of the CD on Horgan's website at www.moehorgan.com, or they can buy a digital or hard copy at Amazon, eMusic or iTunes.
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