Don Nivens | Long Dark Road

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Long Dark Road

by Don Nivens

Soulful voice and passionate lyrics, This is acoustic blended with electric, crying slide guitar and a full band that is backing a beautiful blend of acoustic and southern rock with Raspy spirited vocals.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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I have returned to the music scene after taking 18 years off to record a new cd of songs that I wrote in those years. My first trip back was to a crowd of a thousand, and I was quite nervous, but it didn't take long to get rid of the nerves and find a groove. I teamed up with my friend and producer Buddy Strong, originally a founding member of the Garfeel Ruff band, to record at his studio, Southeastern Sound. We are making good progress on the project. We continue to work on 10 remaining songs. The Album contains a variety of songs that reach accross several genres, from Rock to Accoustic Rock, Country, and two even feature just folk instruments, and it is still up in the air, but one may feature only an accoustic guitar and vocals. I'm wrestling with naming the album, but, right now the thinking is "The Dog, The Cat and The Mirror". For the last two decades, when people would ask where I was playing or who i was playing with, my class clown instincts would kick in and I would tell them, I play for the Dog, the Cat, and the Mirror. I'm excited to be playing again.


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