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Sterling native Galyon shares music limelight

Courtesy photo Sterling native Nicolle Galyon, center, joins fellow songwriters Natalie Hemby, left, and country singing artist Miranda Lambert.

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By Jim Misunas

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Sterling, Kansas native Nicolle Galyon shared the stage with country music artist Miranda Lambert in a celebration of Lambert’s hit song “Automatic.”
Downtown Nashville was transformed to a 1955 high school homecoming dance Tuesday, as the country music industry celebrated a song that pays homage to a time before email, cell phones, digital downloads and GPS devices.
Lambert released “Automatic,” in February 2014 as the lead single from her fifth studio album, “Platinum.” Lambert co-wrote the song with Galyon and Natalie Hemby. The three friends all wore 1950s-era Easter dresses when ...

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