Andrea Dawn & Jeremy Junkin | First Try at Goodbye

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First Try at Goodbye

by Andrea Dawn & Jeremy Junkin

An eclectic collaboration between two singer-songwriters, ranging from alt-country to pop, blues to jazz.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Over It
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2. Clarinet Suite
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3. Typical
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4. Ask Me
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5. First Try At Goodbye
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6. Better Be Good
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7. Never Coming Back
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8. Say Goodbye
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Andrea Dawn and Jeremy Junkin are two singer-songwriters from Chicago, IL. Rather than attempt to put a label on their musical collaboration, Andrea and Jeremy simply learn, and perform, each other’s original material. The result is a unique yet accessible array of music. From the raw, folk infused choruses of Jeremy Junkin to the bluesy, often haunting anthems of Andrea Dawn, the duo explores the full palate of musical styles as well as human emotions. The songs are honest, poignant, and ultimately beautiful, and even amidst full or distorted arrangements, there remains an accute attention to lyric and melody.


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