Rolling Nowhere | The Simple Life

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The Simple Life

by Rolling Nowhere

Debut full-length album from Atlanta's junkyard folk kings!
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. Keep On Walkin'
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2. Before I Die
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3. Wild Heart
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4. Love With Me
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5. Big Old Heart
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6. Mockingbird
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7. Tilt-a-Whirl
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8. Simple Life of Cadillac's Backyard Prowess
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9. How Many Times
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10. Aimless Sea
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11. Trailer Park Love Song
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12. Dust On the Windshield
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Defying current genre classification, Atlanta's own Rolling Nowhere has unofficially been described as a Junkyard Folk band. This loose term accurately describes a band that bends the current alt-country/folk/rock genres and seems to consistently evolve its sound with every show.

Combining their love of Classic Country, Old Timey Folk and Psychedelic Rock n Roll, the result is a sound somewhere between early Uncle Tupelo, Wilco, Blitzen Trapper and the Grateful Dead.

The band has down home 3-part harmonies, a mutual love of songwriting, and a wide array of instrumentation including; the Canjo-a washboard percussion experiment, upright bass, telecaster guitar, drums, dobro, banjo, mandolin and fiddle.

If you're looking for travelin' music or actually thinking of hopping a freight train, Rolling Nowhere is your medicine.
When whiskey won't kill the pain reach for a shot of Rolling Nowhere!


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