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Sheryl Crow (Leave Me in My Dream)

by The Lied To's

A rockin' good time. Roots rock and roll.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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Album Notes
“Maybe the fact that they are a couple has led them to greatness in approaching duet singing and songwriting.” - Peter Frassinet, Salt Creek Radio Show, WVBR-fm, Ithaca, NY

The Lied To's, Susan Levine and Doug Kwartler, both weathered bitter divorces and were left to pick up the physical, financial and emotional pieces. They met at a folk festival and after the dust settled, started working together. Soon a musical partnership evolved into a personal one.

Both Kwartler and Levine are single parents to two kids each. While juggling family life, music, and their relationship can fuel inspiration for songwriting, it can also be a struggle. “Like everyone else is feeling right now, except maybe the 1%, you just go about your day looking straight ahead trying to get things done,” Kwartler says, adding, “You work, pay bills, take care of your kids, have a relationship, and deal with your past…oh, and we also try to make music.

Despite the challenges, The Lied To's have made solid headway as an Americana duo in a very crowded Americana duo scene. Their 2015, self-titled debut album made waves in Americana and Folk radio and rose to #3 on the roots music charts. They landed in the top 100 on the prestigious No Depression readers’ poll and they were called, “…one of the finest contemporary guy/gal duos on the scene today,” by Boston’s Metronome Magazine, who also picked their CD as a top 20 of the year. Add in successful shows at the legendary Bluebird Café in Nashville, the renowned Club Passim in Cambridge, MA and many top folk-coffeehouses in the area, and The Lied To’s forged their own way and made a name for themselves



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