Rick Demers | Fables Fact & Fiction

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Fables Fact & Fiction

by Rick Demers

This album consists of well thought out, heartfelt songs, garnished with tasteful arrangements, tinged in an Americana setting owing equally to the Country, Folk and Blues genres..
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Two Wolves
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2. Hope the Sun Will Find Me
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3. Rainbow Girl
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4. Never Say Goodbye
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5. River of Blood
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6. God Bless the Child
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7. Where Do You Go
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8. Bittersweet Dream
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9. Quand on est en amour
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10. Forgiveness
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11. Where Does the Time Go
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Rick Demers, is an acoustic guitar/harmonica playing singer/songwriter who enjoys interpreting the fine work of others, as well as performing his own material.
Originally from Woonsocket, RI, Rick now divides his time between Norton, MA, and Saint Petersburg FL, excluding intervals well spent on RV treks across the U.S. and Canada
As was with Rick's first CD as a solo artist,” Devil’s in the Details” in November 2012, "Fables, Fact & Fiction" features mostly original work best described as an eclectic collection of American Folk/Rock tinged with a hint of country and blues.


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