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Maverick Music Volume 15


Featuring tracks from Jess and the Bandits, Eleanor McEvoy and Tia McGraff

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David Aldo - Got It All Right Here

Taken from the self-titled debut album, our opening track sees the Brit-born artist return home after a successful time in the US and South Africa, where he enjoyed seven number one singles, with his brand of rock/pop/country fusion.

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Jess and the Bandits - Ready Set

Ready Set is the opening track from Jess and the Bandits' debut album, HERE WE GO AGAIN. This sing-along rock-country explosion got the party started at this year's C2C. The quintet will be on tour later this year, and should be a must-attend.

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Brant Croucher - Free Will

Free Will is taken from Brant Coucher's 2014 album BLANCO COUNTY LIGHTS. With Coucher's vocals supported by Jack Saunders on resonator and bass, the song takes a look at the theme of free will and how we are shaped by heartbreak.

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Suzanne Jarvie - Spiral Road

Following family tragedies singer-songwriter Suzanne Jarvie found the courage to record her stunning debut album about her raw, deeply personal and painful journey, SPIRAL ROAD, produced by the Canadian multi-instrumentalist and music producer.

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Eleanor McEvoy - The Thought Of You

The Thought Of You is taken from Irish singer-songwriter Eleanor McEvoy's 11th album STUFF. The tracks on the album were collected to meet requests from McEvoy's fans for songs that they couldn't find elsewhere.

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Eric Schwartz - Don't Ask

Award-winning musical satirist and songwriter Eric Schwartz has been playing music and comedy venues nationally for 15 years. THE BETTER MAN features witty social commentaries from Schwartz that show he has a serious side too.

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Bonefish - Time To Market

Bonefish is an Americana influenced rock band from Stockholm, Sweden. The band was formed four years ago by songwriter, singer and guitarist Bie Karlsson, with a past in top-10 Swedish album selling rock band Docenterna.

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Tia McGraff - Baby's Got A Banjo

Americana artist Tia McGraff's new album, CRAZY BEAUTIFUL, is Tia's rawest release to date, and the first single from the album, Baby's Got A Banjo, promises to push, pull and tickle your musical senses.

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Raintown - Right Here With Me

Raintown are part of the exciting new breed of UK artists whose music easily stands up alongside Nashville's finest, as evidenced during their recent set at C2C in London. Right Here With Me is a catchy collaboration with songwriter Brian Hughes.

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Amy Speace - Better Than This

Singer-songwriter released her latest album THAT KIND OF GIRL this March. She has been praised by critics and artists including Mary Gauthier and shared stages with Guy Clark, Nanci Griffith, Judy Collins and Ian Hunter.

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Craig Cassler - Ease Your Sorrow (Feat. Sarah De La Isla)

Craig Cassler is an American singer-songwriter. His new album, BACK TO YOU, has strong acoustic influences of country, folk and light rock.

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Dick LeMasters - Big Ol' Buick

Texas Americana, roots and blues artist Dick LeMasters puts the pedal to the metal on Big Ol' Buick, the featured track from his latest album, ONE BIRD, TWO STONES. He combines the guitar tones of ZZ Top with the lyricism of Steve Earle and James McMurty to tell the story of an ancient automobile.

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Buffy Ford Stewart - In The Name Of Love

In The Name Of Love is taken from Buffy Ford Stewart's latest EP, ANGEL RAIN. The EP focuses on songs about hope and optimism for the world, and her soaring voice is well-suited to the Americana style.

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The Barry Walsh Band - I'm Going Home

The Barry Walsh Band, from Bristol, are making a name for themselves on the country scene across the UK thanks to their catchy melodies and fun sound. This track, I'm Going Home, is from their latest album, LONELY COWBOY.

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Tom Russell - He Wasn't A Bad Kid When He Was Sober

Tom Russell's songs have been recorded by icons such as Johnny Cash, Joe Ely, Nanci Griffith and Ramblin' Jack Elliott, amongst others. His latest album THE ROSE OF ROSCRAE will be available from April 15.

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Rob Halligan - Streets Of This Town

Award-winning recording artist and songwriter Rob Halligan started life in a school punk band in Worthing, 10 years after the release of his first studio album, Halligan has toured extensively and won wide critical reception.

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David Corley - Easy Mistake

At the age of 53, Corley releases his debut album, Available Light, produced by Canadian multi- instrumentalist Hugh Christopher Brown.

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Lindsey Black - Cowboy Blues

As the title suggests, Lindsey Black's dreamily haunting Cowboy Blues reflects the Edinburgh singer-songwriter's long time love of Americana - especially its more left-field, Coens/David Lynch-esque frontiers. The song also sees Black reunited with her ex-Bevvy Sisters bandmate Heather Macleod.

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Bill Wood & The Woodies - Steal Your Love

Steal Your Love is from Toronto natives Bill Wood & The Woodies' first feature-length album, OH LOOK. With over 30 years on the music scene, the band combine high quality songwriting and decades of life experiences, along with a reluctance to compromise.


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