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Killing the Old ways

Pete Mancini

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“A warm, organic sound bearing deep country roots, but still informed by rock ‘n’ roll.” – NPR

“Sharp writing… damn beautiful… undeniable timelessness… Pete Mancini’s found that sweet spot between nostalgia, melancholy, and optimism.” – No Depression

“Killing The Old Ways finds Mancini charting his way through heartfelt character portraits,

“A warm, organic sound bearing deep country roots, but still informed by rock ‘n’ roll.” – NPR

“Sharp writing… damn beautiful… undeniable timelessness… Pete Mancini’s found that sweet spot between nostalgia, melancholy, and optimism.” – No Depression

“Killing The Old Ways finds Mancini charting his way through heartfelt character portraits, exploring expansive new soundscapes and poignant storytelling.” – Under The Radar

“[Old Television] is one giant lip-smacking overstuffed burrito of all-Americana power pop.” – Holler

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Anything as unashamedly New Orleans as The HooDoo Loungers deserves to be cherished. From their jazz-street-funk mashup sound to their respectful reworking of Americana roots classics on their latest album, So Beautiful, right through to their description of said sound as a “musical gumbo”… the whole ride is a joyful celebration of the Big Easy. Think festivals, raucous street life and a melting pot of cultural inferences, all set to ballsy brass grooves and you’re well on your way to understanding the context behind this album.-VI3.net review 1019-22 (Click on image for full review)

Anything as unashamedly New Orleans as The HooDoo Loungers deserves to be cherished. From their jazz-street-funk mashup sound to their respectful reworking of Americana roots classics on their latest album, So Beautiful, right through to their description of said sound as a “musical gumbo”… the whole ride is a joyful celebration of the Big Easy. Think festivals, raucous street life and a melting pot of cultural inferences, all set to ballsy brass grooves and you’re well on your way to understanding the context behind this album.-VI3.net review 1019-22 (Click on image for full review)

Old Wooden Cross/Potter's Field

Pete Mancini

Recorded in the Summer of 2020 at Dial Back Sound in Water Valley, MS.

All proceeds from Potter's Field will be donated to Backline, a 501c3 non-profit that connects music industry professionals and their families with mental health and wellness resources. To learn more, visit https://backline.care
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Come On In

Paradiddle Records & Recording Studio

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    Come On In (featuring Pete Mancini)

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    Gray Skies (featuring Tara Eberle)

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    Must Be in Love (featuring Annie Mark)

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    Slow Down (featuring Tara Eberle)

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    Harbor Sunset

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    Bicycles in the Rain (featuring Rorie Kelly)

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    Everything Will Be All Right (featuring Kristen Keller)

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    Love Leave (featuring Anthong Tesoriero)

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    Blue Angel (featuring Kristen Keller)

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Willie Nile Uncovered

(That's How I Got to) Memphis

The Lone Pine Radio Boys

‘The LPR Boys’ gathered to record this late Tom T. Hall classic heartbreaker, “(That’s How I Got To) Memphis”. Frankie SanPietro, Fender bass and lead vocals, Tony Zinicola, pedal steel and harmony vocal, and Kirk Brewster, baritone, Fender Telecaster, and Nashville strung guitar put their best efforts forward to pay homage to this country beauty.

‘The LPR Boys’ gathered to record this late Tom T. Hall classic heartbreaker, “(That’s How I Got To) Memphis”. Frankie SanPietro, Fender bass and lead vocals, Tony Zinicola, pedal steel and harmony vocal, and Kirk Brewster, baritone, Fender Telecaster, and Nashville strung guitar put their best efforts forward to pay homage to this country beauty. Stay tuned to “the radio”. These ‘boys’ have more to bring you.

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