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by Junebug

Melodies that are in your head when you wake up, from the rock of "Poet (Who Didn't Know It)" and "Chosen Ones" to the laid back groove of "M'lady", it sounds like the hope of spring and joy of summer after a long, harsh midwestern winter.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Spring Fever
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2. Poet (Who Didn\'t Know It)
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3. Share
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6:27 $0.99
4. Last Night
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5. M\'lady
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6. Moon Over The Water
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7. Place
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8. Chosen Ones
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9. Good Vibes
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10. Aphrodite
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11. So True
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12. Summertime
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Album Notes
Drawing on many influences from numerous genres including psychedelic, funk, grunge, classic rock, reggae and even country, Junebug fuses together the best of all worlds to create a sound that is uniquely their own. The lyrical hooks, funky rhythms and rock n roll licks have caused countless crowds to get up and boogie. Singer/guitarist Anthony Bergman and drummer Tony L. Kollman first met one another in Kindergarten. They became acquainted with guitarist Dustin Marks in the ninth grade. Now, as fortune would have it, they have found themselves and one another in the Twin Cities. They met up with bassist Nick Wosika, who was the final ingredient in completing the Junebug sound. Their longstanding friendship and age-old rapport have extended to their musical relationship, propelling them into their own individual feel and energetic vibe.
"I enjoyed the Junebug CD [Share]. Great late '60s early '70s vibe with a hint of Sgt. Peppers thrown in, too." --Cliff Goldmacher, producer/songwriter/writer for EQ & Mix magazines

"Junebug's recipe for success includes their diversity in songwriting, seamlessly woven progressions and arrangements, natural and unforced lyrics, and a free-spirited approach to everything. Junebug has excellent control over the pace and energy in their studio album which translates into a good live show." --Perry Nelson, High Plains Reader

"I really don't think you're going to find anyone that's not going to like [Junebug's] music." --Lily, Rising Sound on Cities Live Radio

"It's the type of music that really gets crowds groovin'." -- Rob Hudson, Showcase Minnesota

"Share is a piece of art that is now hung on the walls of my heart and soul and imprinted on my brain...There is no way to choose a favorite tune..." -- Diane Johnson, Hendricks Pioneer

"Fun...that's as accurate as any description of Junebug's music. " -- Scott Waltman, Aberdeen American News


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