Crowes Pasture | Hazy Shade of Winter

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Hazy Shade of Winter

by Crowes Pasture

Indie folk duo Crowes Pasture brings leather and lace harmonies to classic and contemporary folk music.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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Crowes Pasture is the acoustic duo of Monique Byrne and Andy Rogovin. Based in Boston, the duo brings leather and lace harmonies to classic and contemporary folk music in a style that draws from old-time, folk and bluegrass traditions. “An uncanny blend of voices… the duo sound born to mesh their voices. His, a handsome, sandpapery timbre, and hers, angelic, with a lovely wilt” (Bill Copeland Music News). Performing on guitar and banjo, they draw inspiration from both traditional folk storytellers like Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan and icons of vocal harmony like the Carter Family and Simon & Garfunkel. Their music invites comparisons with the likes of The Civil Wars, Gillian Welch/David Rawlings, The Milk Carton Kids and Ian & Sylvia.

The duo released their second album, Edge of America, in October of 2017. The album quickly reached #7 on the National Folk DJ Charts and continued to chart throughout the remainder of the year, landing itself a spot on the Folk DJ Top Albums of 2017 list. The title song, Edge of America, reached #3 on the Folk DJ Top Songs Charts October 2017. John Patterson, host of The Song Parlor, described the song as offering an immigrant’s eye view of the American dream and the reality.

Nick Noble (host of “The Folk Revival” on WICN-FM) has praised the duo for their “lovely harmonies and a passionate approach to musical performance,” while WUMB’s “Local Folk” host Patrick Coman enthused over their “skillfully crafted, emotional songwriting, compelling vocals and tasty accompaniment.” Bill Copeland of “Bill Copeland Music News” praises the album "Edge of America", saying “there is an earnestness of purpose in these songs that remind of all the great ballads and folklore that define [the folk] genre.”

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