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‘Too’ is the second album by Good Luck Mountain, led by ex Tandy singer songwriter Mike Ferrio.
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The band includes bassist Jason Mercer (Ron Sexsmith, Ani DiFranco), drummer Konrad Meisner (Brandi Carliisle, Silos), violinist Eleanor Whitmore (Steve Earle, The Mastersons), guitarist Chris Masterson (Steve Earle, The Mastersons), Ana Egge, Matt Mays, Malcolm Holcombe and pianist Tony Luria.
Musically, fans of the likes of Califone, REM, Van Morrison’s ‘Astral Weeks’ and Talk Talk will find plenty to love here with the album being another large step for Mike Ferrio as he continues to cement his reputation as one of the great American songwriters of our generation.
Already receiving rave reviews from critics and peers alike, legendary troubadour Steve Earle is an early and longtime Ferrio supporter and Jim White continues to spread the word about his love for Mike and his music.
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Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings have recorded his songs. Having written over 3,000 songs with some of them heard on TV and in movies, Bob has toured Europe relentlessly since the year 2000 doing 20-60 concerts per tour and has played in just about every state in the US. He has…Continue
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Here’s something refreshing: Ellis Delaney is a folk singer like no other, a woman with a mission to communicate love, joy, respect and trust to a world that is ever in need of healing. If that sounds a little sappy, then think again and give the woman a listen, because…Continue
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Hard on the heels of an eight-week US tour that saw her playing over 40 shows from coast to coast, Sarah McQuaid’s four-week UK tour coincides with the November 2014 release of “The Silver Lining”, the first single from her fourth solo album Walking Into White.
To record the new album, Sarah travelled from her adopted home in Cornwall, England, to the small town of Cornwall, New York, USA, in order to…
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Ellis Delaney is a folk singer like no other, a woman with a mission to communicate love, joy, respect and trust to a world that is ever in need of healing. If that sounds a little sappy, then think again and give the woman a listen continue - John Biscuits and Gravy Davy for FSR
Ellis Delay on the The Prairie Home Companion.