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Robby Peoples | Love Don't Love Me No More

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Love Don't Love Me No More

by Robby Peoples

Boot Stompin' bluesy Southern Soul that blazes a trail from the Delta to Denver
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Intro: Worst I Ever Had
1:20 $0.49
2. Mama Please
3:26 $0.99
3. River Girl
3:10 $0.99
4. Pullin' Weeds
2:51 $0.99
5. Shittin' Yella
3:27 $0.99
6. Said He Gone
3:29 $0.99
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Album Notes
Authentic is the word that most often comes to mind when listeners are introduced to Robby Peoples’ music. He cut his teeth on the front porches of Oxford Mississippi, and his recent relocation to Denver has taken the town by storm. As he saunters on stage his lyrics are growled with an air of truth that could only be achieved by experience. The realities and pains of living low on the hog and high on hard liquor are ingrained in each word, and Peoples sucks you into a world most have never crossed into.

Whiskey, pills, and shotguns fuel the stories sung by Peoples, and Denver's favorite sons, The Congress, (on board as his backing band on this album) throw a dangerous amount of dynamite into the already explosive mix. Robby Peoples takes an aggressive approach to his craft, and lays everything out on the table. His songs are written with honesty, and his performance radiates with charisma and energy. Whether live or recorded, Peoples’ message comes across like a shotgun blast to the chest.

Special thanks to: Chuck, Smitty, Josh Fairman, The Congress, Listen Up Denver!, The Flying Chair & Adam Stern.



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