National Park Radio | EP

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by National Park Radio

Up and coming modern folk band National Park Radio presents their self-titled debut EP. These five songs are inspired by the natural beauty and peaceful solitude of a place the band calls home, the Buffalo National River wilderness area.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Intro
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0:14 album only
2. The Great Divide
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4:24 $0.99
3. Steady
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4:07 $0.99
4. The Ground and the Knee
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5:33 $0.99
5. Virginia
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6. Monochrome
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6:27 $0.99
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National Park Radio is a new modern folk band born and based in the natural beauty of the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas. An all-acoustic band featuring well-written original songs and beautiful vocals, NPR has a unique sound that is easy to love. This self-titled EP debut contains five songs inspired by the beauty of their native landscape as well as the joys and trials of life and love. The lyrical poetry of lead singer and songwriter Stefan Szabo is a treasure not to be missed. The melodies and vocal harmonies complete the package. National Park Radio is a band on the rise...catch them at a show near you soon!


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Jonny Hambone

A younger, more poetic version of...
Their sound is reminiscent of early Avett Brothers, but what commands a listen of National Park Radio's debut is the lyrical beauty of their songs. Each song attempts to describe an area of the country beautiful only those that live on its lands, rely on its rivers, and stare up at its remarkable skies. I became an immediate fan upon first listen. Nice work, epic beard man!