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Trust

by Kevin McCluskey

"Wonderfully soulful, between John Fogerty and John Gorka, this is tasty stuff." Larry Flick/Billboard Magazine
Genre: Folk: Power-folk
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1. Down The Line
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2. To The Sun
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3. Julie
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4. Fly Me Away
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5. News From Home
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6. Time Will Tell
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7. Trust
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8. In The Valley
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9. Nerve Damage
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10. Trouble
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Kevin McCluskey is a musician with a new CD out called "Trust". His label, WaterBoat Music just inked a national distribution deal with Goldenrod with a focus on Borders Books & Music. All profits from the sale of "Trust" will be donated to charities such as the Sierra Club.

The new CD features Paula Cole guitarist Kevin Barry, bassist Michael Rivard of the Story and folk luminaries The Burns Sisters. Billboard Magazine calls McCluskey's work "wonderfully soulful...between John Fogarty and John Gorka..."

His first CD, "This Distant Light", was nominated for a Boston Music Award and featured Mary-Chapin Carpenter guitarist Duke Levine, Catie Curtis and Ellis Paul.
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Quotes About Kevin McCluskey

...keenly observed, intelligently crafted songwriting...an original...
Ken Capobianco/Billboard Magazine

Acoustic rocker Kevin McCluskey performs admirably and is a quality singer-songwriter.
Steve Morse/The Boston Globe

...wonderfully soulful...between John Fogerty and John Gorka...this is tasty stuff...
Larry Flick/Billboard Magazine

Kevin, thanks for the CD...it's really enjoyable.
Bruce Cockburn/True North Records

...funky stuff, reminiscent of Ry Cooder and Nick Lowe.
T-Bone Wolk/former bassist/Saturday Night Live

Kevin draws you in with the melody, then grabs your heart with emotional, gutsy lyrics.
Catie Curtis/Hear Music

...echoes of Bruce Springsteen and Warren Zevon - I love it!
Barbara Kessler/Songwriter

If the acoustic music scene had more of Kevin's fiery edge, we'd shake that campfire kumbaya thing in a heartbeat.
Vance Gilbert/Rounder Records

Kevin's music, like him, is lively and entertaining. He possesses a wealth of musical knowledge - I hear everybody from Elvis Costello to the Velvet Underground. Great melodies!
Ellis Paul/Rounder Records

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Michael Allison/the Global Muse

Kevin McCluskey may be one of the most impressive singer/songwriters that has cr
There is something about Kevin McCluskey's voice that I just can't get out of my head. His tone and mood just strikes an unforgettable cord in me.

I think that of the many factors, the realism and sadness of Kevin's voice just seems to hit home somehow. I love it because it's just so true.

Once I got past the voice, I started to realize that not only was Kevin a powerful singer, but an amazing songwriter as well. The lyrics contained within the walls of this album (TRUST) are by far some of the most creative and true to heart that I've heard.

Kevin McCluskey may be one of the most impressive singer/songwriters that has crossed my path. If his passion induced vocals don't grab you, you'll definitely be swept away by his thought provoking and emotional lyrics. This one is a must have.
Michael Allison
- THEGLOBALMUSE.COM
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