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The Wandering Bards | Party Hat!

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Party Hat!

by The Wandering Bards

Funk AND Folk fused for Fun!
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Party Hat!
2:54 $0.99
2. Wild Rovin' Rose
3:34 $0.99
3. I Believe in Elvis
3:54 $0.99
4. A Hazy Place
3:01 $0.99
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Album Notes
The Wandering Bards step forth with their new album entitled, "Party Hat!" From the fun-time opening notes of the title track to the last James Brown-inspired 'hit' of "A Hazy Place", The Wandering Bards formidable Americana Gypsy-Funk sound will have your toes a-tappin', your head a-boppin' and your heart a-poundin'. Rounding out the collection is "Wild Rovin' Rose" - a tale of a woman scorned but loved nonetheless - set to minor-key tones and sensual rhythms that only add to the mystery. "I Believe in Elvis" is a Ragtime/Vaudeville romp recounting the true story of divine intervention from The King of Rock n' Roll hissell. So c'mon, c'mon and git yer party hat on and sing these songs!

Kenny Allen: Vocals and harmonica
Ron Baumann: Upright Bass and vocals
Mike Cardone: Cajon, tambourine, cymbals, guiro, shakers and zydeco tie
Ray Fyhr: Violin
Colin McKay: Vocals and Acoustic Guitar

Engineered, mixed and mastered by Larry Bentley for Cellar Dweller Productions.
Head shots by Joe Larsen
CD design by Ron Baumann and Colin McKay



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