Category Archives: singer songwriter

Jon Tyler Wiley ~ The Longing

This singer songwriter has some great chops. He played most of the instruments on the album & they sound great. I really like this album. There is only 1 drawback. Some of the vocals have effects on them. Now Jon’s … Continue reading

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Ivy Ryann ~ A Nonagressive Violation Of Boundaries

This singer/songwriter can make some beautiful music. She has a beautiful voice. There are some notes, that, at times, she has a problem hitting. I’ve got to give her an A for effort, as she certainly tries to hit those … Continue reading

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Erinn Peet Lukes EP

This EP brings a sampling of a beautiful voice who writes some beautiful songs. Mostly country based but some songs cross over into the pop realm as well. Writing about heartbreak, among other things, will give you a feeling of … Continue reading

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Vanessa Peters ~ Modern Age EP

This EP has good points and bad points. I like the music & the storytelling. The only thing that I didn’t really like was the vocals. They weren’t bad, it just seemed almost the same in each song.The music, luckily … Continue reading

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Laura Meade ~ The Most Dangerous Woman In America

What I really liked about this album, is the analog sound of the instruments. Specifically, the keyboards. They come across as very simple & easy. It is very fresh. There are 2 keyboardists on this album. One is Laura Meade, … Continue reading

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Melody Duncan ~ Wolfsong

The vocals of this singer songwriter didn’t really move me…at first. After awhile, I learned to listen to the lyrics & the melodies. This woman can write some really good lyrics. The music is also nice. There is no lead … Continue reading

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Professor & The Madmen ~ Seance

  This is the 2nd album that I’ve reviewed from the band Professor & The Madmen. The first album was really good. It made 4 out of 5 Music Guru stars. This album does even better. Every song is a … Continue reading

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Taylor Young Band ~ Mercury Transit

  This band has it all. Catchy Rock Pop riffs, good lyrics & just plain old good fun music. I could probably liken them to the Rembrandts. I thought that they were a good fun band as well. Everything works … Continue reading

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David Haerle ~ Death Valley

  This album has thing that I love about it & things that I don’t love about it. Things that I really liked was that there was a variety of different genres on one album. This was great. You have … Continue reading

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Jonell Mosser With John Hall ~ Little Black Dress

  This singer songwriter has a very beatiful voice, while John Hall on the guitar is a very talented acoustic & electric guitar player. Very musical and the stories flow from Jonell like honey from a bee-hive. This music came … Continue reading

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