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Broken Ties

by The Vogts Sisters

Broken Ties gravitates toward different shades and angles of loss while exploring the range and dynamics of the Vogts Sisters’ maturing harmonies and instrumentation on mandolin, fiddle, and guitar. The sisters deliver this fourth collection of original music with confidence and power, while their growing mastery of songwriting continues with award-winning title, In the Valley.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Jericho
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2. Dreaming Ways
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3. Prove Me Wrong
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4. Dixie Bride
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5. Lonesome Mountain Queen
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6. Rosanna
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7. Sorry Side
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8. In the Valley
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9. Mothers and Sons
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10. Antietam
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Every album we release is going to be a bit different from the ones before. We’re feeling a little more at home with our instruments, and on varying stages. We’re also getting older; we’re witnessing all kinds of change – within and without. We suppose and hope, this aging shows in our songs.

We won’t call this a concept album. But we certainly did gravitate toward different shades, different angles of loss. Loss of home, love, youth and innocence. Loss in the wake of war. Loss if you move along, loss if you remain. Self-inflicted or otherwise. And, scariest of all, realizing that as long as we are living and breathing and wanting something out of this life, we will awaken each day to repercussions of human action and inaction, earth-shaking and minute alike. - Maggie and Abigail Vogts

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