Shaun Groves Kingdom Coming
Shaun Groves defies typical expectations and simple labels. He is an insightful songwriter, one who displays such incredible lyrical prowess that his musical peers nominated him for Songwriter of the Year solely on the strength of his 2001 debut. He’s also a solid on-stage performer as the lanky Texas native can hold his own whether standing solo before a college crowd or fronting his band at a youth event or festival. And to listen to Shaun Groves’ music showcases a complete and talented artist in full bloom, constantly reaching for excellence. Read the rest of Shaun’s bio here.
Vin Thomas’ So Much More
Vin Thomas formally introduced himself to the world in early 2006 with the release of his debut album So Much More. The album emerged from the studio after a relatively short production as a versatile collection of catchy pop-rock tracks. On the album we are confronted with Vin’s instantly endearing personality, and peer into the depth of a soul who understands what life is all about. In listening to the album, it is clear that the songs were written for Vin’s two loves, His wife, and His God. For those who have always loved his live music, So Much More offers all of that and so much more!
Ryan J. Lane’s Conversations of the Leisured
Download Ryan J. Lane’s Conversations of the Leisured for free. Here is an excerpt from a recent review of Ryan’s album:
I downloaded Ryan J. Lane’s new album Conversations of The Leisured recently.
It’s really good.
It’s backed with catchy beats with this obscure lo-fi folksy thing on top of it, giving it a sort of Sufjan Stevens feel.
Bizarrely, there’s some They Might Be Giants in here, too, particularly in ‘The Elderly Man,’ which is actually really awesome, with this great, backbeat that’s almost cheezy in an ironic sort of way, with fun, sing-songy lyrics.
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