Keith Palmer (June 23, 1957- June 13, 1996) was an American country music artist. In 1991, Palmer released an album for Epic Records which produced two singles: "Don't Throw Me in the Briarpatch" and "Forgotten but Not Gone," both of which entered the Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts. He also co-wrote Reba McEntire's 1991 single "For My Broken Heart."
Keith Palmer (1991):
"Memory Lane" (Lonnie Wilson, Joe Diffie) - 3:15,
"Forgotten but Not Gone" (Johnny MacRae, Buzz Cason) - 3:27,
"If You Want to Find Love" (Skip Ewing, Max D. Barnes) - 2:31,
"That's Enough to Keep Me Hangin' On" (Keith Palmer) - 3:51,
"My Arms Tonight" (Jeff Tweel, Larry Shell) - 2:47,
"Don't Throw Me in the Briarpatch" (Kix Brooks, Chris Waters) - 2:54,
"She Left Me Yesterday" (Gary Harrison, Patrick Finch, Tim Mensy) - 3:31,
"Livin' on What's Left of Your Love" (Sanger D. Shafer, Diffie) - 2:53,
"When I Close My Eyes" (Nettie Musick, Mark Alan Springer) - 3:37,
"I Picked a San Antonio Rose" (James Dean Hicks, Bobby P. Barker) - 2:55,
As listed in liner notes.
Jerry Douglas - Dobro,
Paul Franklin - steel guitar,
Rob Hajacos - fiddle,
Bill Hullett - acoustic guitar,
Brent Mason - electric guitar,
Tim Mensy - acoustic guitar, background vocals, arrangement,
Ron Oates - keyboards, arrangement,
Keith Palmer - vocals,
Matt Rollings - keyboards,
Jim Vest - steel guitar,
Lonnie Wilson - drums,
Bob Wray - bass,
Jonathan Yudkin - mandolin,
"Don't Throw Me in the Briarpatch"
"Forgotten but Not Gone"
"--" denotes releases that did not chart
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