Trevor G. Potter | Curbside Vacancy

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Curbside Vacancy

by Trevor G. Potter

Acoustic American folk from the road and the wrong side of the tracks. Alone and quiet on the back porch, in the smoke and noise of the bar rooms or on the edge of the city streets. Acoustic guitar with an uncommon cross section of instrumentation.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Main Street Apartment
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2. Three Card Monte
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3. My Time to Shine
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4. Underneath the Open Sky
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5. Flower of the Night
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6. Four Mile Creek
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7. Uphill Climb
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8. Ride On to Cimmaron
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9. Sing Me to Jesus
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10. Some Kind of Sin
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11. Don't Want to Die on New Year's Day
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12. Bluebird Sing
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13. Black Annie
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Album Notes
You need to know that Trevor is a mild mannered Ohio boy who has spent about half his life in the West. The stories he tells in his songs are always interesting, but sometimes they are also dark and difficult. Where in the hell did he get those stories? Visit Curbside Vacancy and get your first taste of the slightly dark-yet-inviting storyteller’s style. After hearing about this place a few times over a few years I can actually see it.

Jim Stimson
KRAI Radio


With a voice that is slightly worn, Trevor G. Potter is able to convey the message of the songs he has writen. The writing is the type that is not commonly found. The songs fall somewhere on the sorrowful side of what somehow feels sacred, and many represent the often unsung struggle of life's travels and trials. Beyond the weary messages and tellings of these songs is a cold comfort that there is hope and that one's spirt will stand strong and survive.
Steve Boynton - E-Town

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