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Eric Forsyth Lays It On Thick. Or Thin.

September 8, 2010
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Eric Forsyth Lays It On Thick. Or Thin.

The Thin of Thick Things.  Say that five times fast. No, don’t. Boulder pop-folk singer/songwriter Eric Forsyth is releasing his second project on September 21, a six-song EP called The Thin of Thick Things.  My advance copy has been in my ipod shuffle rotation for a few weeks now, and when one of Forsyth’s songs comes...

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Album Review: “Love Potions and Snake Oil” by D.B. Rielly

August 3, 2010
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Album Review: “Love Potions and Snake Oil” by D.B. Rielly

D.B. Rielly is an American roots music artist with a two-sided approach to his art.  On one hand, he is quite tongue-in-cheek (or maybe just “cheeky”) in his approach, and on the other–well, it’s apparent he holds a deep respect for the Americana genre.  Both sides of Reilly’s nature are evident on his latest record,...

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