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by The Bandit Kings

Alt. Folk Country Rock outfit with double female lead vocals. The Third Bandit Kings record is heavy on acoustic instruments, 12 string guitar and even adds some violin and cello.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Can't Wait
3:04 $0.49
2. Shake Off the Dust
3:51 $0.49
3. The Young Ones
2:48 $0.49
4. June
3:18 $0.49
5. You Make It Right
2:50 $0.49
6. Love Precious Love
3:37 $0.49
7. Don't Runaway Lyle
2:27 $0.49
8. The End of the End of the Line
4:00 $0.49
9. Battle With the Day
4:16 $0.49
10. Cuz I Told Ya
3:19 $0.49
11. Runaway All the Way
3:00 $0.49
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
The Bandit Kings are an alt. country/folk rock/pop band with two female lead vocalists, a vintage jangle sound and modern rock rhythms. Originally formed in the Art/Rock/Island town of Gloucester, Massachusetts, they call the North Shore home and Boston/New England are their stomping grounds. Featuring Renee Dupuis on lead vocals and keys, Ann Marie, also on lead vocals (and torpid tambo), Dennis Monagle on drums, Joe Cardoza on bass, and Dan King on lead guitar. Since it’s inception in 2010, the band has found bare-bones musical chemistry, including the rich meld of vocalists Ann Marie and Dupuis, who “both have voices that bring us back to the dawn of country rock, whisky soaked and raspy in just the right places while never crossing into the overpowering.” (Aww thanks Boston Band Crush)



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