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Jambase picks "Keys to the House" as a new release of note

"The resulting music is influenced by the likes of The Black Crowes, Hard Working Americans and Drive-By Truckers." Read the full story here.

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HomeGrownMusic.net reviews The Trongone Band CD

The Trongone Band has been doing everything right to become one of the top southeastern rock bands. Read the full review here.

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An Honest Tune reviews The Trongone Band - Keys To the House

An Honest Tune calls the new ablum "A boogie-woogie shot of whiskey delivered with a deep taste of southern-rock soul." Read the full review here.

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A chat with the Trongone Band

RVA Magazine interviews The Trongone Band. They talk about their new CD and some upcoming festival performances. Read the story here.

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The Trongone Band's single "Anne Marie" premiers on LiveForLiveMusic!

Hear the song, read more about it and also check out the new tour dates at: LiveForLiveMusic.com

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The Trongone Band announces upcoming release and tour

The Trongone Band announces new tour dates and the forthcoming release of "Keys to the House"on Harmonized Records! Read full story here.

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Live To Be Free reviewed by Relix Magazine

With individual resumes that include support work for Beyonce, Kanye West, Jay Z, Chaka Khan, The Meters and Ivan Neville, The Nth Power offer a sound that incorporates jazz, R&B, funk, hip-hop and pop in ways that reflect both their spiritual and soulful sensibilities. Recorded in concert at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, Live to Be Free lives up to its billing, offering up an instrumental outpour and gospel-like fervor that successfully bends the aforementioned stylistic boundaries while giving way to combined creativity.

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Relix Magazine reviews In Search of Garaj Mahal

During their 11 years as a band, ending in 2011, Garaj Mahal thrilled jazz and jamband audiences alike with a blend of fleet-fingered fusion that also incorporated bits of world music and heady prog-rock (minus the pretensions). The quartet's complex, quick-shifting music was often played at breakneck tempos and spiked with virtuosic solo displays.

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