Six Mile Station | Poor Roads a Burden

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Poor Roads a Burden

by Six Mile Station

"Authentic American Folk Music" -Brad Bynum, Reno News & Review, "Face-melting Folk" - Rev. Rory Dowd, Worst Little Podcast, "A devilish mixture of folk and rock... A unique and enjoyable sound" -The Alley, Sparks, Nevada
Genre: Folk: Americana
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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In an age when most artists rely on a digital crutch, Six Mile Station is proud to make honest, original folk music. Fronted by gritty vocalist and songwriter Spike McGuire, who’s Tim Armstrong-esque growls paint a picture of pure Americana, and backed with chugging rhythms provided by their mountain of a man bassist, Tyson Schroeder, while Alan Burton's intricate guitar leads and rich vocal harmonies provide layers of sonic depth. Six Mile Station wouldn’t be complete without their secret weapon: classically trained multi-instrumentalist Nathan Carter, who floats between fiddle, mandolin and banjo rounding out their truly authentic folk sound.


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