Avery LeVine | Lonesome City

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Lonesome City

by Avery LeVine

Debut solo EP from Portland, OR Indie Irish folk & trad singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist (bouzouki, Irish flute, etc).
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Coins on the Ground
3:10 FREE
2. The Ploughboy
3:20 FREE
3. Seán Ó Duibhir a Ghleanna / Statia Donnelly’s
3:25 FREE
4. Herbert Park
6:38 FREE
5. Patsy Hanley’s / the Boys of Ballisodare / the Crosses of Annagh
3:05 FREE
6. Mary and the Soldier
4:11 FREE
7. The Dusty Miller / Michael Dwyer’s
1:50 FREE
8. Lonesome City
3:28 FREE
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"When I tell people I spent 5 years living in Dublin they always ask 'what was that like?' I've never really known how to answer that question, I mean it was 5 years of my life saying 'it was good' or something similarly banal never seemed sufficient. While I was putting songs and tunes together for the project, 'Lonesome City', stuck out as a good title and it was then I realized; this EP is the answer to that question." - Avery LeVine

released April 28, 2017

Avery LeVine- vocals/bouzouki/Irish flute
Tim Cornell- fiddle (tracks 4 and 6)

All tracks Arr. Avery LeVine except 4 and 6 Arr. Avery LeVine and Tim Cornell. Tracks 1, 4, and 8 comp. Avery LeVine all other tracks trad. Irish.

Production: Avery LeVine and Tim Cornell
Sound Engineering and Recording: Tim Cornell
Mixing and Mastering: Avery LeVine and Tim Cornell
Recorded 10/1/2016
Artwork: Miguel Oropeza/Kreative Blade



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