Belinda Bowler recorded “Trumpet Vine” at Rich Brotherton’s Ace Recording Studio in Austin, Texas. “We had so much fun,” Bowler says. “We laughed. We cried. We ate really good Mexican food.”
Belinda Bowler recorded “Trumpet Vine” at Rich Brotherton’s Ace Recording Studio in Austin, Texas. “We had so much fun,” Bowler says. “We laughed. We cried. We ate really good Mexican food.” Andy Lawless Photography
Belinda Bowler recorded “Trumpet Vine” at Rich Brotherton’s Ace Recording Studio in Austin, Texas. “We had so much fun,” Bowler says. “We laughed. We cried. We ate really good Mexican food.” Andy Lawless Photography

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