Greg Klyma | Rust Belt Vagabond

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Rust Belt Vagabond

by Greg Klyma

New school folk songs about Buffalo, NY, Father Baker and post-Katrina NOLA
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. The Truth
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4:13 $1.29
2. Helen Rose
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3:57 $1.29
3. Roll Me Away
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3:59 $1.29
4. Two Degrees In Buffalo
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5. Suicide Blue
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4:09 $1.29
6. Add A Little Love
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7. Parish of St. Bernard
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8. Father Baker
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4:23 $1.29
9. Given Enough Time
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10. Erie Canal
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"a man hellbent on becoming Buffalo’s own Woody Guthrie"
- Jeff Miers, Buffalo News

"sincere, expressive acoustic songs"
- Brittany Moseley, Cleveland Scene


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Greg Klyma is a Buffalo-born troubadour who has been living on the road performing music full-time since August 1998. Traveling from the Rust Belt to FEMA villages with guitar and mandolin in hand, capturing the stories of the people he's met and seen for over a decade, Greg has honed his songwriting and storytelling while developing a show that lands somewhere between the worlds of Steve Earle and Steve Martin - it's literate, witty, visual, sometimes comical and forever building on tradition while seeking its own voice.

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Gimme more!
This CD is the product of Klyma\'s vast touring experiences and observations. The only problem with it is that it was so good, I didn\'t want it to be over. But that\'s Klyma\'s style, keep\'em wanting more. Thanks for the new tunes Greg!

Joanne Stefano

Greg Klyma Rocks
Listening to Greg Klyma's music is like sitting down with your Grandpa or Grandma or Uncle Joe and listening to all their stories about life, death, joy, sorrow, love, loss ... you name it and Greg covers it in his music, the music of life!

Veronique Black

Suicide Blue
I heard this on this past Saturday leaving a memorial service for my ex-husband and the father of my only child, who is handicapped. My ex-hisband died os seroscis of the liver at 52. I can't really tell you how moving this song was to me, and how the timing was so uncanny. I am having trouble finding this CD locally. I live in Memphis. Your music is beautiful (Greg Klyma) It was the first time I had heard your music. I heard it on WEVL in Memphis.
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