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Beth Bombara | Raise Your Flag

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Raise Your Flag

by Beth Bombara

“Songs with texture and tension...she infuses her brand of Folk, Alt-Country and Blues with surprising indie-pop savvy."
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Long Dark Hallelujah
2:24 album only
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2. All Along
3:29 album only
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3. Right My Wrongs
3:03 album only
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4. What This Could Be
3:40 album only
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5. Mountain Sun
4:00 album only
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6. After the Blame
2:39 album only
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Album Notes
“Soulful and unsettling in the best sort of way, “Raise Your Flag” gets under your skin, inside your spirit and makes you stare your sins straight in the eye."

“Darker than Sara Watkins, a little bolder than Gillian Welch.”
-Aarik Danielson, The Columbia Tribune

“Like a bourbon-warmed Neko Case”
-The Riverfront Times

“Mountain Sun....It's only modest on the surface. Fans of Alela Diane and Laura Veirs will find a kindred spirit in this St. Louis musician.”
-Roy Kasten, KDHX Song Of The Day

“Bombara...reminds listeners that she is at the head of the class of St. Louis tunesmiths — and those dwelling in the Midwest, for that matter.
-A.D., Columbia Tribune

"Beth Bombara is one of those rare musicians who can shift genres as effortlessly as she changes instruments. She has toured nationally as a member of Samantha Crain and the Midnight Shivers, and has appeared in Guitar Player Magazine. In 2012 she was named “Best Singer-Songwriter” by the Riverfront Times.”
-88.1 KDHX

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