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In Dreams I Go Back Home

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“Authentic music….the song as timeless narrative device.”  –Houston Chronicle

“…a first-rate show.. story-telling, harmonies, and guitar-picking styles…” —No Depression

 ”….strumming maniacs, possessed by old-time music. It’s as though if you touched them they might electrocute you.”  —Missoula Independent

“A record with boundless energy, with fire, with spirit, with truthfulness.  It’s this lost American truth, in an age where there is almost no authenticity.” —Jonathan Byrd,  producer. 

They call it “Scorch Folk.” Hard-core, reality-driven tales.

01 Suit of Skin …….…….………3:28 by jon
02 Can’t Always Cry …………. 3:30 lyrics by blaze foley
03 You at Sunset ……….………. 4:21 by maria
04 Laramie ……………………………. 4:53  by jon
05 Dig and Dine……………………. 5:11 by jon
06 Ellensburg ………………………. 4:18 by jon
07 Cheyenne Woman………………… 4:47 by jon
08 In Dreams……………………….……2:52 by jon
09 Sugar Blues…………………….. 3:44 by jon

Jon Hogan, vocals and rhythm guitar
Maria Moss, vocals and guitar
Andrew Pressman, bass
Dr. Sick (Squirrel Nut Zippers) fiddle
Colin Brooks (Band of Heathens) lap steel and electric guitar
Eric Gerber, mandolin
Michael Rubin, harmonica
John Paul Schwartz, keyboard

Jon Hogan has been a full-time folk musician for most of his adult life. He grew up in the American West, immersed from childhood in traditional mountain, gospel and country music. He’s written hundreds of ballads, love songs, and waltzes rooted in his love of traditional music.

Maria grew up in Houston, but spent summers as a child soaking up the music of her father’s East Tennessee roots. Through Houston’s vibrant arts scene, she found the blues and folk music she loved to play reflected in Southern folk, self-taught, outsider and visionary art. After graduating from the University of Houston, she wrote for newspapers — including a two-year post-college stint at the Houston bureau of the New York Times — was a managing and executive editor at several city magazines, wrote for national publications, and was co-author of two books. In 2007, while recovering from a serious illness, guitar took center stage in her life, and she found her unique, driving finger-picking style.

 

 

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