The Burners | Hard Stuff

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Hard Stuff

by The Burners

The Burners - Gypsy, New Orleans, foot stomping Hard Stuff!
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Hard Stuff
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2. Plant Food
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3. Hell's Angels
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4. Phantom
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5. What's Ahead
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6. Sub Rosa
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7. Crow
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8. Lightning Du Club Hot
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9. Down In
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10. Scratched
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Lead by poetic songwriter and break-neck rhythm guitarist Ryan Flaherty, The Burners also consist of lead guitarist Mike Arciero, bassist Duane Edwards, accordionist Laura Balladur and violinist Phil Bloch. This eloquently rowdy ensemble of modern-day gypsy, americana, french cafe, rock and jazz pioneers are lighting up every stage they play with relentless energy and stage presence. There's something New Orleans going on there as well! The Wire of Portsmouth, NH describes the Burner's music as "a blend of gypsy americana played with fire and sweat." Perhaps a more accurate description follows with a comparison to famous bands like Gogol Bordello, The Devil Makes Three and The Doors! So buckle your safety belts and bring enable your fire extinguishers... The Burners are in!


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