projects

bound to

2010 - Nashville, TN
available at CD Baby, iTunes and Amazon
 
rusty hearts
oh no ok
what do you know
shame
undone
you
come around
bound to
a fact
anchor, shield and sword
 
shine like new
2004 - Valdosta, GA
unavailable
 
heya
shine like new
rattlesnake
those words won't come
ashes to the ground
keep it together
fourth of july
sometimes
good enough
 

 

 

This Nashville duo . . . kicks out sophisticated songs that bridge the whole blues-americana-country-rock arc. The chords come from the blues, the construction from rock and the sensibility is somewhere out in the meadow. Well written and performed even better. I'm thinking I'll be liking this a lot more as the days roll by.

Aiding and Abetting

The Nashville based duo are offering up ten tracks of no frills, superior quality, country tinged folk rock, Brian handling the arrangements, engineering, production, mixing and mastering as well as playing electric and acoustic guitar, bass and drums, Regina providing the lyrics, vocals, photography, design and acoustic guitar. 

Beat Surrender

Title track 'Bound To' - which is sung very intimate and dreamy with only the minimal sounds of an electric guitar as accompaniment - can really attract and succeed permanently to hold your attention.'Simple, lo-fi and intriguing' might prove to be the most suitable summary for this meritorious first album by these two 'do-it-yourselfers'. 

Rootstime.BE

Dreamy folk songs, interspersed with a few subtle bursts in the form of delicious alt country songs and a beautiful female voice . . . "Bound To" of the two from Nashville is just a warm and inspired folk album. Many folk and altcountry enthusiasts will therefore appreciate this debut disc.

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