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Any Town

by Joey Salvia

Hollering is the time-tested weapon of the folk protest singer, but Salvia shows here that an incisive set of lyrics and a calm delivery can be just as devastating. - Independent Clauses Oct. 26, 2016
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Any Town
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2. Enjoy the Show
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3. Father's Day
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4. Mary's Man
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5. The World's End
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6. Please
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7. In Any Direction
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8. Everyday of My Life
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9. Right Side of Wrong
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10. A Broken Heart
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11. Morning Love
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12. Plano, Texas
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Any Town is: Acoustic guitars (sometimes pounding the backbeat), harmonica, and Joey singing a few of his songs. It's an enhanced "live" sounding album with hopefully just enough "ear candy" to keep you listening... and a couple of surprises for longtime fans. It's about the songs here. Not much more than what you'd see at one of his acoustic sets without the random chatter or loudmouth. Indie folk meets Americana laced with a little pop/rock. If you like Cat Stevens, Jackson Browne, old roots rock, British and American song writers, this album just might do it for you. If you like it, PLEASE review it on iTunes or Amazon. Also visit www.joeysalvia.com for more.

"This marks my 9th commercial studio recording and 3rd solo album. I wanted this one to feel up close, raw, and unforgiving performance wise. Hopefully, this choice hasn't detracted from my songs. It was going to be a promo EP for live shows but, my A&R man and musical big brother (Andy Bopp) thankfully, encouraged me to keep going until I had enough for an album. I've been in the music making game most of my life. Although, I have let myself get sidetracked on occasion... Mostly for a girl or money... Both? Yeah. These days, I just enjoy playing, writing, working in radio, and being a family man... raising our son... living in Any Town! I just wanted to make a simple album of me playing some new stuff... honestly. Easy enough. This release will be a great takeaway for anyone who likes my solo live shows... and longtime friends/fans. Of course, as a song writer... I'm always hoping an up and coming artist might want to try one of these songs on for size... I'm sure I have something that fits more than just me." - Joey Salvia

Joey Salvia (The Montgomery Cliffs, Bleaker Street Cowboys) is a Brooklyn born songwriter-musician and indie artist who also works in radio. Now living in Texas with his wife and son, Joey performs solo and with various DFW bands. He also produces a wide variety of radio content and commercials. His audio-production & voice-over work is heard nationwide on Cumulus Media/Westwood One stations.

Discography: If in aint Brooklyn, don't fix it (2001) Long Lost weekend (2008) Any Town (2016) Please see The Montgomery Cliffs and Bleaker Street Cowboys for other release.

Genre Influences: Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, John Hyatt, Tom Petty, Steve Earle, Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Neil Diamond, Jim Croce, Harry Chapin, Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Prince, Elvis Costello, Jimmy Webb, Ritchie Havens, Jules Shear, The Beatles, Buddy Holly, Johnny Cash.

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