HARMONICA SAM, THE COUNTRY SIDE OF
: A Drink After Midnight
Friends, and thats what we are in this musical family in search of honest songs sung by honest singers backed by honest musicians.
The Country Side of Harmonica Sam are honestly that REAL HONEST MUSIC.
I first became aware of them through the nominations for Honky Tonk Band for The Ameripolitan Awards.
I loved their music from the get go, but the awards are only for Ameripolitan fans to decide.
Well, they agreed with me and now the band is certainly a major part of the Ameripolitan Family, Original Music with Prominent Roots Influence.
Harmonica Sams vocals on True Lies are reminiscent of Webb Pierce crossed with Wynn Stewart.
The band is tight and confident and settle around Sams vocals like warm whiskey.
Their originals are such natural progressions, drawn directly from their musical influences, yet obviously make their own individual sound and style.
Thats HONEST. So sit back and get ready to take a musical journey reminiscent of yesterday and straight into the very bright future of... The Country Side Of Harmonica SamDale Watson
01. A Drink After Midnight
02. Cry Me A River
03. Empty Hours
04. Unjust Friends
05. Gotta Get You From That Crowd
06. Lookout Heart
07. Big City
01. Even At My Best
02. Blues Are Settin' In
03. Tears Don't Stain
04. True Lies
05. I Will
06. Country Girl