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With sharp lyrics, the playful pop bite of the best of the 70s and 80s, and the kind of self-deprecation usually reserved for a Woody Allen movie, Jared Colinger has brought his music back to east Tennessee. Called a “purveyor of bedroom pop that rocks ever so gently, worming its way into your head with warm, rich, and instantly familiar melodies” by the Bend [Oregon] Bulletin, Colinger’s prowess as a pop-rock balladeer belies the rich and varied levels in his music. His lyrics run the gamut from the joy of new love to disillusionment with the old, from wanting to like yourself to being afraid of what we have in our minds. He has collaborated with Frank Lenz (Pedro the Lion/Starflyer 59), Jason Martin (Starflyer 59) and Ronnie Martin (Joy Electric) and Josh Dooley (MAP).