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Cathy Crescendo | The Bright Branching

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The Bright Branching

by Cathy Crescendo

An independant rock band that writes bright and interesting songs with conflicted religous undertones.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. The Camera Flash Song
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2. Sayin' It Don't Make It True
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3. Bring Out Your Dead
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4. Covered It Up
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5. Kids
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6. Scary Time to Be Alive
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7. One Horse Town
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8. The Strong Man Song
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9. Cat At the Door
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10. The Bright Braching
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Album Notes
Jacob Champlin will be your friend. Jacob Champlin will be your friend. It is unavoidable. He's too magnetic, too disarming, too … friendly. Not only will he be your friend, you will like that he's your friend. Even if you live in a cave in the middle of the mountains hoping to never see another human soul again, when Jacob comes knocking on the rocks outside that cave, you will find yourself inviting him in for tea and before you know it he will have kicked off his shoes and you will have pulled out your extra, just-in-case blanket and he will be staying the night. He is innately engaging; he must have come out of the womb smiling and ready to shake the doctor's hand. And his songs are the same. They invite you in to tell you tales of illegal parking and cats in doorways and before you know it you've taken off your jacket and slung it over the back of the chair you're sitting in and you've kicked up your oh-so-tired dogs on the ottoman and you are staying for dinner. A cathy Crescendo show is a communal experience. Jacob doesn't hurl songs at you, because that's not what a gentleman and a friend does; he is opening a dialogue. He' tells you about what makes him calm and what makes him unsettled and what his mother has always told him and he invites you into the discussion. He has the voice of a storyteller and he bends it to his will, running the gauntlet from the quiet secret of "You covered it up" to the rooftop shouting of "It's gonna get better" in two minutes flat. His supporting cast plays their parts well: Adam Kiesling with his tight kick/snare combo, Gwen Ruehle's twinkling keys and perfect harmonies, Annie Steffens with her locked in low end, and Luke Hawley adding the extra six strings. But the people are coming to see Jacob. They're coming to see their old friend. And even if you're experiencing cathy Crescendo for the first time, by the end of the night, you will count yourself as one of those old friends. Jacob Champlin will be your friend.

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