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Sean McAleavy

Sean McAleavy – Guitarded – Review

Sean’s new release Guitarded has caught my ear and I think he has some major potential. Sound quality on the recordings doesn’t necessarily match up to standards these days, but that is easily fixed. This could be on purpose or a product of not having top notch gear. In fact it doesn’t hurt his sound […]

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freudz-couch

Freudz Couch – Martha – Review

When I took a look at their Facebook page it said they were founded in 1993. That’s pretty much all the information I could find at the time. So, I was like, hmm…ok. Maybe someone is reviving a band they formed years back. I liked the band so much that we played the Freudz Couch song […]

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gideons-daughter

Gideon’s Daughter – Review

Gideon’s Daughter (founded by married couple Brad and Lisa Petit) is best described as an Experimental Americana group out of Wenatchee, WA. They list their influences as Cyndi Lauper, Bon Iver, The Civil Wars, Radiohead, The Beatles, Dave Brubeck, and Phish. With those influences how could you not take a listen? This thoughtfully artistic group is […]

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The Sixth Generation

The Sixth Generation – Review

The Sixth Generation is a band based out of Niles, Michigan. The band has been around for 50 years, but took a very long “break” from 1970-2011. There haven’t necessarily been any world tours but they’re still making music which is more than can be said for most bands that were formed in 1966. The […]

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Skeleton Creek

Skeleton Creek – The Deal – Review

Finger pickin’ good, the title track “The Deal” is a song delivered from the soul of Robert Davis. The production is clean and clear and every instrument can be heard well. The mix is wide and sounds great. I am impressed with this song. Every time I listen to it I hear something different and […]

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Lonesome Highway Band

Lonesome Highway Band: Reviewed

The first tune “In The Fall” definitely has that laid back late summer vibe.  As we push into the fall of 2015 I feel like the Lonesome Highway Band found me just at the right time.   “Thelma Jean” has a nice country western almost Charlie Daniels with some excellent musicianship all the way from […]

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