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Rock and Roll Saves

by Carol Pacey and the Honey Shakers

Rock and Roll Saves is from Carol Pacey & the Honey Shakers's debut album, Yeah Yeah Yeah, an Americana rock album to get your drive home going on Friday night or a pick-me-up on your drive in on Monday morning!
Genre: Rock: Americana
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"What follows [on the album, Yeah Yeah Yeah] is my absolutely favorite track on the album and a tribute to what I love most. "Rock and Roll Saves" should be released as a single as soon as possible. Once more, Pacey gives her shotgun delivery lyrically and the music just blasts away. This song sticks in my head more than anything else because I completely relate: "No matter where I've lived on Earth there was always rock 'n' roll to save my life when trouble tried to steal my soul." I couldn't have said it better myself." -- Mitchell L. Hillman, JAVA Magazine

About Yeah Yeah Yeah ~

"…maybe the most perfect crossroads where Country Rock/Americana meets Power Pop...and at the speed most of it is presented it, it's like Americana Thrash Pop--Amazing."--Mitchell HIllman, JAVA Magazine (for Hillman's full review of Yeah Yeah Yeah, http://javamagaz.com/June2014Page32and33.html)

"….the kind of alt-country rock that put Tempe on the map back in the '90s…Andy Borunda employs Johnny Marr-styled economic playing that makes the most of short guitar breaks -- smart, inventive lines, like his hornet's nest buzzlicks on "The Knitting Song" and the rapid-fire boogie fingering of "The Bonus."-- Serene Dominic, AZCentral.com

"…on their raucous, runaway-train debut album, Carol Pacey and the Honey Shakers takes up the mantle of the Tempe Sound and aims for the stadium seats with twelve songs that capture the hooks, energy and winning appeal of their singalong festival shows."--Echo Magazine

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