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a Melodic Daydream - Ironwood Rain - Dave Beegle
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IRONWOOD RAIN ~ Described by a Colorado promoter as "the bastard yet comely lovechild of Counting Crows, Gordon Lightfoot and Jethro Tull," Ironwood Rain, an acoustic guitar/vocal harmony driven AAA rock band, writes and performs music born of their extensive life experience and musical ventures through progressive rock, blues, jazz and hard rock. A MELODIC DAYDREAM ~ Music is the heartbeat of our lives," they both say. "It's running through our blood. Our music is an extension of our lives, our passion, our pain, the joy and the struggle. It's the story of our life, our love and our future. Nothing, not even Kismet is perfect, but we know that we are lucky to be riding this rollercoaster together, no matter where it takes us.
Label: Two Poet's Publishing/BMI
Manager: Kaydence Creative
Bio: Some say the expression "kismet" is just an old cliche! perhaps an unattainable, wishful expression of the romantic. But for unlikely lovers LnZ Kayd and Chris Newton of the award-winning duo A Melodic Daydream, kismet is not just a way of life but the very explanation of everything that has brou...See Full Bio
“Putting your heart on your sleeve is one thing; but Fort Collins's A Melodic Daydream takes it a big step further. Fronted by the songwriting couple LnZ Kaid and Chris Newton, the group has packed its new eight-song disc, A Little Weird, with more unabashed emotion than most emo bands could dredge up in a lifetime. Luckily, it doesn't get in the way of the band's clear, uncluttered craft: Sounding oddly yet pleasantly enough like a modern-rock incarnation of Olivia Newton-John, Kaid darts through Newton's soaring, open chords while Colorado six-string legend Dave Beegle lends his lead guitar, keyboard and production skills to the impeccably melodic proceedings. Bursting with brightness and longing, A Little Weird ultimately delivers — even if the band kinda needs to get a room.”