Coyote Willow | Raising the Barn

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Raising the Barn

by Coyote Willow

Progressive acoustic Americana, with Celtic influences
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. Raising the Barn
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2. Grey Lady
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3. Just One Kiss
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4. FT
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5. Fireside Shuffle
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6. The Road
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7. Oregon
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8. Falling to Home
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9. Leeside
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10. Kaeli's Ride
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11. Hallelujah
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Album Notes
Coyote Willow has a “penchant for making the personal universal in their songs.” ~ Brian McElhiney, The Bend Bulletin (Oregon), January 29, 2016

Coyote Willow’s core members, Tim Coffey and Kat Hilst, have evolved an exciting artistic partnership that creates an innovative performance experience of genre-crossing styles. Their music flows from Coffey’s soulful baritone voice and acoustic guitar and Hilst’s powerful cello work. Musically and lyrically, their tunes range from rockabilly to lyrically-moving folk styles, as well as evocative instrumentals and gypsy jazz.

This Breedlove-sponsored band’s new CD, “Raising the Barn,” explores Coyote Willow’s journey to their “authentic authority” through connections with community and friends. This project has been a profound journey that is expressed in their songs about the various twists and turns in their lives that led them to their collaboration in music and life. The songs speak of home, the road, and of the power of community to overcome life challenges.

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