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Company of Thieves
Alison Hall

Georgie, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Georgie How, Composer, Lyricist - Trey Pollard, Conductor, Guitar - Iain Archer, Composer, Lyricist - Ryan Corbitt, Other - Pinson Chanselle, Drums, Percussion, Timpani - Cameron Ralston, Bass - Alan Parker, Guitar - Daniel Clarke, Keyboards, Organ - Treesa Gold, Contractor, Violin - Naima Burrs, Violin - Laura Frazelle, Violin - Alison Hall, Violin - Stacy Matthews, Violin - Kris Miller, Violin - Adrian Pintea, Violin - Jocelyn Vorenberg, Violin - Camilla Barretta, Viola - Johanna Beaver, Viola - Ryan Kim, Viola - Steph Barrett, Cello - Schuyler Slack, Cello - Shara Stamps, Cello - Taylor Barnett, Trumpet - Bryan Hooten, Trombone - JC Kuhl, Baritone Saxophone - John Winn, Tenor Saxophone - Joseph Clarke - Mariah Hargrove - Jessica Fox - Matthew E. White, Producer - Adrian Olsen, Engineer - Dan Carey, Mixing Engineer - John Dent, Mastering Engineer

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