Monday, May 20, 2019

Check Out These New Releases From The Lowdown Drifters, Rusty Tinder and Venice

The country, folk/rock band, The Lowdown Drifters recently released their new album titled "Last Call For Dreamers." It features thirteen tracks, beginning with the quiet country twang of "Red Rock" and the built-up chorus of "We Three Kings," which is perfectly constructed for country radio. The Lowdown Drifters pick up the energy with the southern fueled rocker "Won't Find Me Anymore," before taking their foot off the gas for the sweet acoustics of "Fire In Her Eyes" and "Between The Bottom And The Bottle." They finish up their new album with the guitar driven country rock of "Black Hat" and the swinging tempo of "Empty Bottles." To find out more about The Lowdown Drifters and their latest release "Last Call For Dreamers," please visit thelowdowndrifters.com.


Next, from California comes the latest release from singer/songwriter Rusty Tinder. His new album titled "Dear To You," dives into the root of country music, beginning with "From The Start," which carries a nostalgic country/folk appeal. The Americana vibe of "Passing You By" and the country blues of "You're Still Mine" showcases the diversity in Rusty's stellar songwriting. He picks the tempo with the swift pace of "Don't Grow Old In Hollywood," while "Dear To You" comes straight from the heart and will easily find its way to your soul. Rusty Tinder closes up his new album with the gentle, steady pace of "Everyday," which feels like it came from the Jackson Browne songbook, while "If I Believe In You" finds its strength in its lyrics and rocking rhythm. To find out more about Rusty Tinder and his latest release "Dear To You," please visit rustytinder.com.


Also from California comes the latest release from the band, Venice. Their new album titled "Jacaranda Street" features thirteen tracks, beginning with the title song "Jacaranda Street," that invites you in to the wonderful harmonies and soulful melodies that this band has produced for over three decades. The rock sound of the California in the seventies comes shining through on the songs "The Lavender Lighter" and "Stepping On That Bridge," while the amazing vocal harmonies of the Lennon cousins will have you falling in love with their music all over again. The band wrap up their new thirteen song release with the acoustic rock of "Just Under The Surface," the inspirational feel of "Lifeline" and the gentle, atmospheric flow of "Rowing." To find out more about Venice and their latest release "Jacaranda Street," please visit venicetheband.com

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