Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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'Jersey Outlaw' ups musical ante

Jimmie Lee, the self-proclaimed "Jersey Outlaw" is at it again on the poker-rock front with the release of "Hit the River Running," his second Texas Hold'em-inspired single.

'Jersey Outlaw' ups musical ante

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Country-rockin' Jimmie Lee, the Camden County-based, self-proclaimed "Jersey Outlaw"  is at it again on the poker-music front with the release of "Hit the River Running," his second Texas Hold'em-inspired single.

"Hit the River Running" (the "river" card is the fifth and last "community" card exposed in a hand of Hold'em), is garnering big-time attention from poker magazines and Internet radio shows. It is a follow-up to "I'm All In," which likewise created a buzz among the pokerati.

The song is the lead track from Lee's forthcoming CD, "Kid Vegas." For more, go to www.jimmieleesongs.com. 

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