Tag Archives: roots rock

The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Friday, June 21

Last month, we featured a conversation on UMC with Cris Jacobs, whose recent, full-length Americana effort Color Where You Are serves as a portrait in time of his new station in life as a husband and father.

Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn

REVIEW: Tom Pino’s ‘Brooklyn’ a Snapshot of his Cross-Country Transformation

Tom Pino is a storyteller. So, when the New York native headed west for a new life in Los Angeles, the events that led him there surely provided more than enough inspiration.

That inspiration has been packaged up in Brooklyn, a five-track EP rooted in pop rock sensibility and colored in with shades of blues, roots, and Americana.

Listen to the EP

Deau Eyes: Live at City View Sound

Deau Eyes’ Ali Thibodeau is an indie rock and roll artist based in Richmond, VA. With soulful, siren-like melodies and cleverly crafted lyrics, Thibodeau takes you on a sonic romp laced with courage, confidence, and general “bad ass-ery.”

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The Hook to Bring AFSP Fundraiser to Godfrey Daniels on Friday, June 1

Lehigh Valley-based roots rockers The Hook are in the midst of a busy spring. In addition to releasing their full-length debut, “Moonshine & Honey,” last month, the foursome is also featured in our Voices column in the spring edition of Fig Bethlehem (as depicted above).

Through all of this, the band is still finding time to give back.

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