Raspberry Eyes | No Place Quite Like Home

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No Place Quite Like Home

by Raspberry Eyes

"No Place Quite Like Home", the debut track off Raspberry Eyes latest studio offering, Year of the Raspberry, is steeped in Folk and Americana goodness, with a splash of singer/songwriter genius thrown in to round out this monstrosity of sound!
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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The brainchild of Minnesota music icons Brody Hooper and Davis “The Boogie Man” Ballard, Raspberry Eyes has been on the scene for the better portion of a decade in some form or another, and the latest incarnation of the legendary Raspberry Eyes has enlisted the services of veteran rhythm man Dudely Wiles to create a magical 3-piece ensemble that is ready to get back to their musical roots! Coming off their moderately successful debut album, Arts & Crafts, the newly reinvigorated trio has decided to get back to basics through all aspects of their music, placing the majority of their focus on their singer/songwriter skills, tossing some very heavy Americana and Bluegrass influences into the mix for good measure! Raspberry Eyes is in the process of creating some brand-new tunes to share with the masses, and new tunes means new performances are on the horizon, but this time around the group is ditching the stereotypical bar scene to pursue what they truly love, and that would be creating musical artwork that can change the entire world!


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