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Comin' from Where I'm From: Live & More

Anthony Hamilton

Year: 2017

Runtime: 01:34:12

This uplifting, emotional performance, shot live in Atlanta in 2004, features Anthony Hamilton at his best. It also takes a journey with Anthony back to his hometown of Charlotte, NC.

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R&B, Singer Songwriter

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