Sunday, April 20, 2014

CD Review: The Starters(Available Now)Music Submit Artist

Just opening this gem that I got last year from this group this is just straight up rock and roll blues at some of it's best, vocal styles sounding very like early Elvis Costello or Joe Jackson.
This is easy listening and enjoyable music here is little bit about them:

The Starters is an indie-Motown-rock band from Los Angeles, created by brothers John and Paul Ferrigno and Blakely Berger. Their live L.A. shows in the mid-2000s caught audiences by surprise, featuring a Memphis-style horn section and set lists that included James Brown and Stevie Wonder tunes sprinkled in with their own songs. In 2007 they recorded their first CD, The Starters, in their Santa Monica rehearsal room. The songs revolved around catchy melodies, Motown-inspired bass lines, and punchy horns.
They have no videos out at the time of this review however there is 
the lead in song from their album below-MP3 video.

I really am enjoying this album and I think a good portion of you will if you give them a chance.I would like to apologize for taking so long in getting around to reviewing this for them.
At this time their Facebook page has only 47 likes if you like their sound then do the same for their page--click link below:

Thank you for reading this 
Anthony Nadeau

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