Honeyloaf | The Honeytone EP

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The Honeytone EP

by Honeyloaf

Music inspired by that brief moment in time when early rock n'rollers and country acts shared the same tour bus.Two part harmonies, dirty vintage guitar and a stand up double bass… what more could you want? Maybe a little banjo?…well… ok.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. Big Storm
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2. Say You\'re Sorry
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3. Ring Of Fire
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4. I Can Hear You Talking
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5. Wasn\'t Yesterday
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6. Long Winter
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Honeyloaf is the creation of husband and wife singing duo, Jason and Wendy, and after years of wanting to get their musical skills out of the kitchen and onto the stage…Honeyloaf was born.
Honeyloaf is influenced from the era when early rock and rollers and country artists were sharing the same tour bus, this was music they were exposed to as small children by their parents. Simple and catchy. The fast songs made you want to get up and dance while the heartfelt ballads made you pull your loved one near. This is what they wanted Honeyloaf to be, pure, simple and from the heart.
When the decision was made to meld these early influences into their new idea for an act, the idea of Honeyloaf blossomed and unleashed some of Jason’s best songwriting to date. Their voices seemed to meld together, each helping the other to tell the story. Wendy even stepped out from behind the harmonies to show off her sultry voice in a lead role on “ring of fire”.
The wait is over…Honeyloaf is here…

Two part harmonies, dirty vintage guitar and a stand up double bass… what more could you want? Maybe a little banjo?…well… ok.



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