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Firmly rooted in the sounds of troubadour country of the 60s and 70s, Marty Bush crafts heart-wrenching songs of love and loss. Pairing intricate guitar work with timeless lyricism and a powerful baritone voice, his bourbon-soaked tales of sorrow take listeners on a hell bent journey to the lonesome honky-tonks and juke joints of days gone by.
Natalie Prauser blends the introspection of the 60s Laurel Canyon folk scene with the attitude of 70s outlaw country. Whiskey infused lyrics combine loving, leaving, and honky-tonk debauchery with a morning after self-awareness that longs for stability.