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Posted October 3, 2017 by Mike Mineo in Pop
 
 

Eric George – “Few Little Lines”

Vermont-based singer/songwriter Eric George strives to keep the American folk tradition alive with a sound that takes inspiration from everything from early country and delta blues to contemporary folk. A prolific artist, George already had one hundred songs and three books to his name by age 27. His most recent is the album Not About Nightingales, released on August 23rd. It’s opened by the stellar track “Few Little Lines”, featuring a full-bodied vocal delivery and rollicking acoustical twangs that form a memorable Americana, folk-forward sound with anthemic glee in the “time that we’ve spent” hook/pause. It’s a memorable track off an album containing several similarly effective highlights.

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