Curbside Hustle | 1922

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by Curbside Hustle

A melodic and soulful fusion of rock, funk and jam.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Marty Came to Party
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2. Momma Thinks Im Crazy
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2:35 album only
3. Harmonix
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5:29 album only
4. Thanksgiving Song
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5:58 album only
5. System
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4:52 album only
6. Spoil Her Blue
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5:09 album only
7. South Mountain
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8. Bp
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9. Wild Maine
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Album Notes
Curbside Hustle's unique rock sound and live energy displayed in their debut album '1922' is the result of driving rock riffs, heavy bass, and dueling vocals. With an array of musical influences and backgrounds, Curbside Hustle is able to achieve the genuine classic rock sound with hints of funk, soul, and have a foot into the jam scene. After one listen, the collaborative nature of this album is clearly evident. With two powerful lead vocalists, Michelle Ojeda (Daughter of Eddie Ojeda, Twisted Sister) and Daniel Perry, a new bar is set. The sweet, rocking, sexy sounds of Michelle are a perfect compliment to Dan's gritty and soulful voice. Curbside Hustle is bringing the old roots of rock to the new world of music.


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