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Entries in Folk Rock (23)

Tuesday
Oct292013

The Prisoner of Chillon - Stanza 10 by Brett Mussey Band

Stanza 10 of Lord Byron’s The Prisoner of Chillon is scored by Brett Mussey almost 40 years ago.

The Brett Mussey Band extended the score and here is the result.

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The Prisoner of Chillon - Stanza 10 by Brett Mussey Band

Thursday
Sep262013

Unfold by Frederick

Frederick is a band hailing from the music-loving city of Austin, Texas. The band began as a project of singer/songwriter Neil Faulkner, and has since evolved into a collaboration between musicians from diverse backgrounds. This diversity contributes to the band’s unique sound, melding influences of Americana, Indie Rock, and Folk, to name a few. Even prior to the release of Frederick’s 4-song, self-titled EP in August of 2013, the band was already creating a buzz.

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Unfold by Frederick

Friday
May032013

Coastal Bend by the Brett Mussey Band

Wayne Warden was inspired to write a song with the Texas coastal bend area as the backdrop.

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Coastal Bend by the Brett Mussey Band

Wednesday
Feb202013

Puree of Scorched Tomatoes by Desmond Jones 

Puree of Scorched Tomatoes off of our new EP “Marketplace”

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Puree of Scorched Tomatoes by Desmond Jones

Wednesday
Sep262012

Far From Here by the Brett Mussey Band

A line from the song hints what we all have at our disposal - “in the thoughts and dreams those working machines at your feet”.

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Far From Here by the Brett Mussey Band

Thursday
Jun142012

Risk My Heart by the Brett Mussey Band

Wayne Warden wrote the song with Brett Mussey adding some minor embellishments.  Visit the Brett Mussey Band for additional material and bio info.

Risk My Heart by the Brett Mussey Band

Thursday
Mar012012

Leaving for Edna by the Brett Mussey Band

Some friends living in Edna, TX inspired the song written over 30 years ago while I was living in Houston. Janet Parish selectively augmented my backup vocals…a job well done…many thanks Janet!

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Leaving for Edna by the Brett Mussey Band

Wednesday
Jan042012

No Right Turn to Chickering by the Brett Mussey Band

The song’s title was taken from a road sign in Fort Worth, TX that I passed everyday going to work…the rest…well…it is what it is…guess I was feeling a little lost the day I wrote it.  We got Janet Parish to do the backup vocals for us who did a bang-up job.

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No Right Turn to Chickering by the Brett Mussey Band

Friday
Oct212011

Thinking of You by the Brett Mussey Band

Brett Mussey and Wayne Warden have been writing and collaborating on original Texas folk rock music since late 2003 in Fort Worth, TX, and covering songs by artists such as BW Stevenson, Bob Dylan, John Prine, Nanci Griffith, Hank Williams…just to name a few.  The Brett Mussey Band was eventually formed and has been offering material in the americana, country, and folk rock genres.

Thinking of You by the Brett Mussey Band

Thursday
Oct202011

Mary's Song by the Brett Mussey Band

The inspiration of the song grew from knowing Mary in LA.  Ginny Mac of Fort Worth provided the wonderful backup vocals during a recording session.

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Mary's Song by the Brett Mussey Band

Tuesday
Sep132011

The Saga of Robert Earl by the Brett Mussey Band

The song reveals the travels and life of a good friend who left us a few years back.  Janet Parish provided the backup vocals which gave the song a new dimension.

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The Saga of Rober Earl by the Brett Mussey Band

Wednesday
Jun152011

I Know by Good King Friday

What happens when classical musicians decide to make smart, beautiful pop music.  This one has a unbearably catchy chorus with a New Orleans Jazz arrangement.

I Know by Good King Friday

Tuesday
May172011

All Still by Elin Kaaven

Elin Kaaven, singer songwriter and fusion dancer from the tundras in the north debuted in late 2009 with her album “Jiknon musihkka – Frozen music” with great reviews. She is highly inspired by nature, folklore and mysticism. She is “Artist of the year 2011” of “Sapmi music” working towards a new release.

All Still by Elin Kaaven

Tuesday
May172011

No More Time by Parents With Angst

Parents With Angst, the husband and wife team formerly known as Amelia’s Dream, features standout songs inspired by their first-hand journey raising their preschooler, Adam. The New York City-based duo, consisting of singer/songwriter Amelia S. Gewirtz and musician/songwriter/producer Harold Stephan, breaks ground in the new arena of parenting music. With hints of folk rock and family-inspired tunes, the songs on Parents With Angst creates an undeniable connection with listeners.

No More Time by Parents With Angst

Saturday
Apr092011

Keen by Liz Queler & Seth Farber

With stellar musical track records that include work on renowned studio projects, world tours, Broadway musicals, performances in top-notch clubs and festivals, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, TV and film soundtracks, and production on two Grammy nominated albums, it’s clear which side of the good/great split Liz Queler & Seth Farber are on This husband and wife duo are lifelong professional musicians who literally grew up in the business and are now sharing the same great tradition with their 12 year-old son Joey Farber, who is also a budding musical star in his own right. Much like Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, and Bruce Hornsby, Liz & Seth’s eclectic folk/rock, Americana and bluegrass style is rooted in storytelling and songwriting, bringing evocative text alive with exceptional music.

Keen by Liz Queler & Seth Farber

Monday
Feb072011

It's A Love In, Baby! by Miss Kristin

Love and fun are in the air with It’s A Love In, Baby! The latest single from Miss Kristin and her collection WHOLE IN MY SOUL from Big Fuss Records.

It's A Love In, Baby! by Miss Kristin

Sunday
Jan302011

Future Dream by Tom Getter Slack

Tom Getter Slack is a veteran songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with a knack for great songwriting and arrangements. After years of varied musical endeavors, and a slew of songwriting accolades, Tom settled in to writing and recording DIY productions of his songs. The latest collection, an introspective yet poignant set of tunes collected over the years, is now available in a remarkable new album called Looking Glass.

Future Dream by Tom Getter Slack

Sunday
Jan092011

Home by Brett Ryan Stewart

Brett Ryan Stewart is a Nashville singer/songwriter whose lyrics lend a deep look into the artist’s life experience of loss, purpose and hope. The Delaware transplant and self-taught guitarist has a distinct indie/pop sound peppered with a southern influence which named him “…a talent worth watching!” by Performing Songwriter Magazine.

Home by Brett Ryan Stewart

Tuesday
Oct262010

The Way It Used To Be by Brian Franke

Brian Franke is a folk-rock singer/songwriter residing in the Washington, DC area. An up-and-coming artist with dynamic vocals, his music provides subtle commentary on life events, social issues, and politics, spanning such genres as rock, pop, and indie folk. 

The Way It Used To Be by Brian Franke

Monday
Oct042010

29 Miners Buried and Gone by Mike Stout

Mike Stout is a socially conscious singer song-writer and community leader. He leads crusades against local and global economic injustice, rallying people with his music to take action. His sound and lyrics are influenced by his musical heroes Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, Jackson Browne and Bruce Cockburn.

29 Miners Buried and Gone by Mike Stout