Posted April 11, 2017 by Mike Mineo in Tracks

Jon Freeman – “Flowers on the Moon”

Jon Freeman possesses a gripping, quivering vocal tone that reminds of nostalgic ballads, set best while dancing in the moonlight circa 1954. New track “Flowers on the Moon” is a fine example of the singer/songwriter’s chops, showcasing his enthralling vocal delivery over a fairly minimal arsenal of guitar twangs and steady percussion. In addition to this endearing effort, the acoustical effort “Take Me to Your Heart” is a demonstration of his more minimalist side, though emphasizing the same yearning and vocal-laden aching. The NYC-based act certainly captivates with his no-frills sound.

Stream the entirety of Freeman’s new release Flowers on the Moon below:

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