Taken off his well-received twelve-track album called ‘Wildwood Road‘, Marc Delgado sings with such tranquility and ever-lasting calmness on wishing that she got out of all the darkly-lit times with ‘The Queens of Coming and Going‘.
Marc Delgado is a Woodstock, New York-based indie Americana-folk singer-songwriter. He is a skilled craftsman who has seen many things, good and bad, that have made him into a self-aware artist, who performs with an old school edge and truly effortless charm.
”Originally from California, Delgado, after working a succession of dead-end jobs, Marc quit everything, got married & moved to the woods.” ~ Marc Delgado
You feel like you have drifted away into a state of mind from many years before, his voice takes you to places you haven’t felt for many years, or at all. This is a singer who clearly loves telling stories, as he is a true singer-songwriter who is all about the journey, to seeking that much-needed self-enlightenment.
”He began writing songs chronicling his life & his odyssey as an addict in the motels & low-income neigbourhoods of The Central Valley & Southern California to redemption & recovery.” ~ Marc Delgado
‘The Queens of Coming and Going‘ from the well-respected Woodstock, New York indie Americana-folk artist Marc Delgado, is a nostalgic song which feels so wonderfully timeless, as he sings with a classic style which is so rare these days. His gritty vocals and compelling storytelling, is a real marvel to behold during these strange times we currently live in.
Hear this new track on his Spotify page and see more on his FB music page.
Featuring a stunning 40-piece orchestra throughout, we smartly just sit back and let David Baron and Fiona Glenn take us on a phenomenal ride to peaceful calm waters, with their follow-up to ‘Whisperers‘ called ‘Don’t Give Up‘.
David Baron is a world-renowned composer, arranger, engineer and producer based in Woodstock, USA. Joining him on this subtle masterpiece is frequent collaborator Fiona Glenn, who is a soulfully sweet Mid-Hudson Valley in New York State-based indie singer-songwriter.
The classy piano ambiance sets the mood with the wonderful orchestra on top form, as the young singer spreads her wings, to roam freely into our minds with the story of coming home again to see that special soul, who makes everything seem worthwhile.
‘Don’t Give Up‘ from David Baron and Fiona Glenn, is a terrific experience that makes you feel warm inside on these cold lonely nights, as your smile creaks open slowly, this is a marvelous track that breaks the ice and allows you to blossom again after the bleak winter.
This is one of the best songs so far in 2021, as its made with that special love that we all need right now, as we recover from this long storm that has almost passed.
Hear this wonderfully constructed single on Spotify and see more on IG.
With their heads in the calming clouds with fond memories of growing up, Fox and Arrows gladly point us upwards to reflect on what real friendship is actually about on their new single called ‘Astronauts‘.
Fox and Arrows is a three-piece indie-folk/pop band from Woodstock, Georgia featuring Anna, Taylor, and Ben. They make that meaningful music from the heart, that has been inspired by their Dad encouraging them to play since they were around six years old.
They perform with so much love and grace, each word is made with a purpose as their faith is strong and want to inspire others by sticking to their chosen craft. The vocals are warm and self-reflective, the mellow guitar only adds to the peace and tranquility, as you look up above to be thankful for what you have.
This is the story of always being real with each other no matter what detours you may face as a family, the bond can never be broken as they stay humble and mesh their skills together to make that memorable music, that will be timeless for generations to come.
‘Astronauts‘ from the three Tankersley’s of indie-folk gospel act Fox and Arrows, is a three year journey of evolution from a family band who have that rare tight bond, they truly love playing together and make a wonderful song here. Their bond is remarkable and they take us on a nostalgic trip here, that is one of the most lovable songs you will hear all year.
Things might change with work or study opportunities, the beards my be longer and the hairstyles might change, but that family connection seems to be closer than ever on this underground gem.
Stream this wonderful song on Spotify and see more family adventures on IG.