Jake Trenary | The Juanita Sessions

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The Juanita Sessions

by Jake Trenary

Southern rock meets northern rock and melds excellent song writing with brilliant instrumentation.
Genre: Rock: Southern Rock
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1. Spotlight
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3:08 album only
2. Reading Lessons
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4:18 album only
3. The Fall From Grace
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3:53 album only
4. Wing and a Prayer
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3:28 album only
5. Song & Dance
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3:11 album only
6. This Is Life
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4:05 album only
7. Sweet & Simple
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4:45 album only
8. Train of Thoughts
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2:58 album only
9. Passenger
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4:09 album only
10. All About You
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11. These Streets
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Album Notes
Jake Trenary is a singer/songwriter from Front Royal, Virginia. This album is named for his grandmother Juanita. Juanita always said, "Jake, I've always wanted to hear an album of your personal work." So Jake made that album and named it for her. Teamed with Richard Bowen of Whale Hunter Records, the two hand selected artists to bring the album to life. An eclectic mix of styles, the album will take you on a trip: from edgy rock in "The Fall From Grace"; to dirt track, racecar fame in "Wing and a Prayer"; and to chair bangin', floor board stompin', banjo pickin' greatness in "These Streets". A worthy addition to anyone's collection that enjoys an artful array of southern-style rock tunes.


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