Royal Pine | Chanty Town

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Chanty Town

by Royal Pine

Acoustic duo plays indie-folk Americana gypsy.
Genre: Folk: Anti-Folk
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3. At the Palace
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5. Scary Monsters
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6. Seventy Seven
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7. Love Saves the Day
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8. Little Lincoln
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Not your mama's folk.

Royal Pine takes Robin Aigner's original old-timey folk songs, which she plays on guitar, banjo, ukelele, and adds Brook Martinez's hybrid sounds of tabla, washboard, harmonica, piano, xylophone and more. Robin's dewey lead vocals plus Brook's haunting harmonies add to the spine-tingling cacophony.

Legend has it the two were strangers till they shared a bill in New York City, where a mutual admiration led to the famed "Aigner/Martinez Draw." It was resolved peacefully, involving some sort of "contract" on somebody's "soul." The spawn? Royal Pine.

VENUES: Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion, The Stone Church, Pete's Candy Store, The Living Room, The Space, C-Note, Sidewalk Cafe, Freddy's Backroom, The Purple Fiddle, Westville Pub, Downhome, Empty Glass, The Garage, Tea Bazaar Mojo Room, Town Pump

RADIO: WDVX, Knoxville; SCAD, Savannah; WSCA, Portsmouth, NH

Royal Pine has shared bills with: The Be Good Tanyas, The Wiyos, The Everybodyfields, Old Crow Medicine Show, Matt Singer and many others.


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David crowe

In the vein of Gillian Welch, beautiful voice and well crafted songs
Royal Pine obviously know their musical heritage as this CD is deep rooted country played with a rare seasoned maturity in the vein of Gillian Welch, Cold Mountain and the like. A gem, I love it!

Spencer - Ohio

How do you describe it? It's Amazing!
I love the vocals, songs, banjo, and everything about you 2! I'm a huge Fan! If i was a better reviewer I'd be more discriptive, but what do I know? This is Great music I know that!