Sugar Cane Jane

Things to do
0 Love It
Save it
Sugar Cane Jane
More Less
McGonigel's Mucky Duck says
Dirt Road’s End
By Nancy Dunham - Special to The Washington Times -

Want some pound-on-the-dashboard tunes that are distinct from those that roll out of the Nashville hit factories? Meet Sugarcane Jane, known individually as Anthony Crawford and Savana Lee, who just released the funky, frisky, up-tempo 10-track “Dirt Road’s End.”
How do two musicians pop up out of nowhere and create an album that deserves to be at the top of critics’ lists? The secret is that they may be newcomers to some listeners but not to those in the know in Nashville. The duo individually worked with dozens of household-name artists such as Steve Winwood, Neil Young, Vince Gill, Rodney Crowell and Emmylou Harris before they met by happenstance.
The two Alabama-born, Nashville-based artists, who are now married, mix and match their individual styles and virtuoso musicianship into a sonic smoothie bursting with old-style banjo, bass, lap steel, guitar, harmonica, boat paddle and more around just the right mix of hillbilly-tinged vocals. Bottom line: One of the best Nashville duos since Johnny and June.
Read more:
More Less

By: McGonigel's Mucky Duck

To improve this listing email: