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Like That

by Andy Ard

Rootsy, pop-flavored Americana going for a ride
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Here Comes Another Good Time
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2. Why You Gotta Be Like That?
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3. Trouble
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4. Come over Here
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5. Got to Get Me One of Those
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A couple years back, Andy started on a project to bring 5 new songs to life. He enlisted Boulder producer John McVey, eTown's Nick Forster, drummer Christian Teele, bassist Paul McDaniel, keyboardist Eric Moon, and vocalist Jessica DeNicola to lend their talents, and came up with "Like That", a collection that packs a lot of energy.

This EP represents a departure of sorts for Andy, who for a long time chased after the Rock and Pop market, only to be told he was a little twangy. But Nashville notified him that he wasn't exactly country, either. So what is it? We're told Americana/Roots Rock. Okay. Either way, Andy set out to make music that felt right, and this is it.

"Here Comes Another Good Time" is a crowd-pleaser, a rollicking party number that sets a great tone for what's to come. "Why You Gotta Be Like That" is about as fun as it gets calling someone on their bad attitude. "Trouble" started simply enough, with a rhythm that sounded to Andy like trouble itself. "Come Over Here" was written for a female artist, but Andy's giving it a shot. "Got to Get Me One of Those" rounds out the bunch, a cowrite with Melle Johnson, a Denver artist who shares in Andy's appreciation for marathon writing sessions.

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