Moe Provencher | 2 + 2

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2 + 2

by Moe Provencher

Lonesome acoustic Americana/folk tunes.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Never Was a Bank
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2. 500 Years
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3. Big $
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4. Different Every Time
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"Provencher captures an easy, timeless grace with "2+2" that recalls artists such as Gillian Welch or Caitlin Cary. Over spare acoustic guitar and kitchen-sink percussion, she provides sharp insight into love and politics in a voice that doesn't hit notes so much as glide past them. Provencher's work is free of the faux-twang affectations that plague other rootsy songwriters: When she and [Aimee] Tubbs hit those high lonesome harmonies, they sound about as comfortable in their genre as a cowboy in his old boots." - Tizzy Asher, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

"Moe Provencher's solo debut is a slow-burning firecracker of an EP. In a voice that melts in your ears, she sings about long-lost places and the search to fill the hole that "gets punched in our soul" (500 Years), in a country she once considered leaving. The hurt and the hope burns through every fine song on this too-short introduction to Moe's songwriting gifts...the 4 songs here leave you wanting more and that's a good thing." -Rus Thompson, KBCS 91.3FM


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