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the Brooklyns

by the Brooklyns

Singer Songwriter Rock, with a folk, country, blues, edge
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Richer
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2. These Four Walls
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3. Cryin\'
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4. Reasons
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4:45 album only
5. Old Inside This Room
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6. Things Have Got To Change
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7. I\'m Gone
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Starting out as a songwriter, and never thinking herself a singer, Maureen Kavanaugh soon turned heads around Boston with her songs and her voice. Playing solo acoustic gigs, and getting invited to open up for some notable bands, it was obvious she had a way with her voice and a way with her pen, writing "songs about life" with passion and fire. Eventually teaming up with Tom Leger (Drummer of Boston bands, Sweet Cheater, The Fighting Cocks, Black Number Nine, The Skillet Liquors, The Leger Brothers, Natalie Flanagan, as well as singer and guitar player for the band called The Fifths), they continued playing acoustic gigs while getting into Tom's studio to start recording their debut album. Wanting to do more than just an acoustic album, they began to re-work their songs into a full band sound, working with Reebo Tibbs on drums (of Bishops Strike), and THE Cortes on bass (of Mazo, The Leger Brothers, The skillet Liquors), and Mike Rubin on bass (Leon Rich band).


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