Steve Law Band is a mixture of country rock and little blues. The first song on the album is more of a classic country sound and then the album gains complexity throughout. Steve is a dentist in Denver and “has had all this music stored up for years,” and is finally composing it and releasing it to the public. If you are not a country fan “Tom’s Burned Down Café” is a great song to start with. It has a little country twang but is more of a blues/rock song for the majority of the song; it is very catchy and easy to listen to. The song kind of reminds me of hanging out at a small town bar with your best friends. “Old Oak Tree” is another stand out track. There is a lot of soul packed into one song, with the soaring vocals and the soulful guitar riffs it definitely is a track that can’t be ignored.
by CHARLIE ANDERSON 3 stars out of 5 Although based in Los Angeles, Welcome to Winter has strong roots in Colorado. Half of the band, Shaley Scott, received much of her music training at the […]
By Charlie Englar A seasoned veteran of open road nostalgia and soulful serenades, troubadour Kevin Dooley comes with it again via his fifth studio album, Moonlight Highway. The Longmont resident has pulled together a superb […]
By Charlie Englar reverbnation.com/tuckermountain-band Old-school, Appalachia-style, structured and straightforward: Just the way the forefathers of bluegrass would have it. On Tucker Mountain Band, TMB uses a majority of bouncy, banjo-driven tunes, highlighted with group harmonies […]