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The Coachman

by Kate Gaffney

A blend of rock n roll, jam-based grooves, and country-tinged vocals with songs that speak of love, life, and traveling the roads of America. A voice to soothe the weary soul.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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1. My Word
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2. What Kind of Man
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3. Falls Bridge
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4. Mighty Ship
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5. Give it a Whirl
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6. Before I Go
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7. The Ballad of Sleepy John
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8. Philadelphia Lawyer
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9. Fallen for the Road
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10. The Coachman
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Kate Gaffney has been touring in support of her most recently released album, The Coachman, a record that has garnered national raves. Produced by Barrie Maguire (The Wallflowers, Natalie Merchant, Amos Lee), The Coachman includes contributions from several esteemed musicians, including Steve Kimock, Greg Leisz, Jackie Greene, Andrew Lipke and The Innocent Criminals.

“With its rollicking beats, sunny melodies and intimate lyrics, “The Coachman” mirrors Gaffney’s curious nature, easygoing charm and an endearing vulnerability.” — Sacramento Bee, October 2008

“Blending jam-band and Americana sensibilities with her soulful songwriting, it showcases Gaffney’s knack for witty and honest lyrics rooted in the unpretentious folk traditions of the ’60s and ’70s.” — The Intelligencer/Record, November 2008

“We dig her on her dynamite new CD, The Coachman, local fave Kate Gaffney gets into swamp grooves, power pop flourishes, country laments, and good bluesy folk.” — Philadelphia Inquirer, November 2008

“[Gaffney’s] lyrics will move you, her voice will soothe you and her songs will captivate you.” — Montgomery Newspapers, November 2008

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