Rust On The Rails, The W Lovers (Album Release) And Darci Carlson At The Sunset

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Rust On The Rails:

Seattle has ever been fertile ground out of which musicians grow themselves up from the dirt and into prominence. In this city of renown, Rust on the Rails plants their roots in the Northwest soil and stands evergreen tall in a land of musical giants. What sets them apart from many of their regional contemporaries is not only their convention-defying sound but also the notoriety each band member himself has achieved in --and well beyond-- the local scene.

The W Lovers:

Today is the much anticipated album release!

The trans-Pacific Love story of Fleur (Auckland, New Zealand) and Wesley Wood (Washington State Foothills) helped to shape the couple's unique brand of wholesome songwriting commonly described as a balanced blend of rustic alt-country and Folk. The Addition of Wesley's mandolin and banjo gives a hint of old-timey feel.

"A cultured blend of alt country and Americana that rings of rustic small towns and makes the listener feel warm and at home." - The Portland Vanguard

With over 250 Performances as a duo since 2014, great reviews are opening exciting new doors for The W Lovers-

"The W Lovers are the best new duo to step into the Seattle music scene" - - Seattle

"It’s refreshing to see musicians who fully commit to their craft, discard their safety net and create an authentic, visceral sound that only talent-with-desperation can bring." -

"We love The W Lovers" - The Portland Vanguard

The W Lovers features a full band for both live performances and recordings featuring Eric Van Allan on Upright Bass, Chris Lucier on Drums and Patrick McHenry on Pedal steel, adding an element of warmth in rhythm and richness in tonal character that makes for beautiful marriage between soundscape with songwriting.

Darci Carlson:

This ain't no vanity act - And this sure as hell isn't her first rodeo. She doesn't care for your Top40 program - In fact, she doesn't care much for the tastes of today's Pop Country audience in general.
From Seattle WA, Darci Carlson delivers a lived-in voice that is both aggressive and smokey-sweet. Her well crafted songs are reminiscent of past greats Patty Loveless and Tanya Tucker - True Country music that punctuates like the aftertaste of a fine whiskey.
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