Friday, April 3, 2020

Mustangs Of The West Give You Their "Time" & Lisa Lambe Gets Emotional With "Juniper"

The all-female country band, Mustangs Of The West recently released their new album titled "Time." What began in the late-80's has now come full-circle with the band reuniting for this brand new, twelve-song studio release. The album begins with the classic sounding country twang "Long Gone Down The Road" and the sweet, slow-swaying melody of "How Blue." The Mustangs Of The West mix a little blues into the country/rock ballad "I Blame Love," before quieting down for the gentle acoustic lullaby "Dancing On The Moon," which also features some amazing harmonies. The energy picks back up with the country swagger of "In The Real West" and "This Is Me Leaving," before finishing their new album with the solid, sultry rhythm of "Do The Math" and the country/folk strumming of "Seven Summers." To find out more about Mustangs Of The West and their latest release "Time," please visit

From Ireland comes the latest release from singer/songwriter (and former member of the Celtic Woman ensemble) Lisa Lambe. Her new eleven track release titled "Juniper" will certainly have you taking notice of this artist. She begins with the beautiful, floating melody of "North Star Rise," as you instantly fall in love with her voice. Lisa delivers an alternative country vibe with "Hunter's Moon," while the lovely acoustics of "Vision In Grey" is pure folk/pop gold. The tone of her music gets dark with the deeper chords of "Dust And Sand," while the gentle touch of "Someone Like You" is highlighted by Lisa's loving sweet vocals. She pours her heart into her performance of "Lighthouse," before closing her new album with the uplifting pop touch of "Tiny Devotions." To find out more about Lisa Lambe and her latest release "Juniper," please visit

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