Americana artist, Holly Golightly and The Brokeoffs return after a 3 year hiatus to bring us a brand new studio album titled "Clippety Clop." It features a dozen songs that mix in traditional songs with more modern works of art. The album begins with two-step guitar shuffle of "Mule Skinner" as you will instantly remember the iconic sound of Holly's vocals and The Brokeoffs raw sounding music. All of the songs revolve around the idea of horses as in the rockabilly swing of "Pinto Pony" and the country guitar boogie of "Kill Grey Mule." A couple of the more traditional songs that show up on this new release are the country stomp rhythm, sing-along of "I Ride Old Paint" and "Stewball." The album finishes up with the Americana strumming of "Strawberry Roan" and the raw guitar blues of "Mule Train." To find out more about Holly Golightly and The Brokeoffs and their new album "Clippety Clop," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/hollygolightlyandthebrokeoffs.
Hoboken, NJ is home to one of the most famous singers of all time and now may be home to one of the most famous plumbers in America. By day, Gene Turnonis is a bona fide plumber in New Jersey and by night he is an established singer/songwriter who recorded his first album. He is preparing to release his debut album "All The Pretty Girls" on May 11th through Bar/None Records. It features eleven tracks, beginning with the title song, as Gene Turnonis turns into Gene D. Plumber on this acoustic folk tale. His sound is very laid back with an island flair, especially during "Round And Round" and "Let's Make A Deal." The roughness of his voice gives authenticity to the music, while the lyrics are fun and thoughtful. Gene D. Plumber finishes up his new album with the simplicity of "I've Been A Fool All My Life," the light-hearted "Diamonds As Big As Potatoes" and the love song "Always Get Lucky." To find out more about Gene D. Plumber (Gene Turnonis) and his new release "All The Pretty Girls," please visit bar-none.com/gene-d-plumber.