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Reverend TJ McGlinchey

Reverend TJ McGlinchey

Folk / Americana / Blues Philadelphia, PA  US
Too Much
Too Much
I Wanna Know
I Wanna Know
Hey Baby
Hey Baby
Don't Be Afraid
Don't Be Afraid
She's The One
She's The One


Rev. TJ McGlinchey - Too Much - Kettle Pot Tracks



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  • DogFlow (Artist)
    Sweet jams, Much love and respect! Rock on! Let's connect on soundcloud?
  • David Namerow (Congas/Hand Percussion) (Artist)
    David Namerow (Cong...
    HEY BABY... this is non-nonsense groovealicious folkfunk that kicks it again and again. Much respect from this Downingtown-based pecussionnist.
  • Mo Bic (Artist)
    Mo Bic
    Cool stuff - like me, https://www.facebook.com/mobicmusic The Album "MEIN BLICKWINKEL" now obtainable at Amazon and Musicload . You will find the link on my hom...
  • The Shane Alan Swaim Experience - A Journey Through Americana in Story and Song (Artist)
    The Shane Alan Swai...
    I am listening to "Too Much." Great 70's Rock sound. Overall Great Vibes. Musically, Shane
  • Tim Ward Project (Artist)
    Tim Ward Project
    great songs and style!
  • CorePreme (Artist)
    keep grindin


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Sounds Like: BB King, Dr. John, Billie Holiday, Woody Guthrie, Buddy Guy

Bio: Question: What do you call a man who grew up with a folk and bluegrass musician for a father, played punk rock in high school, honed his chops in blues clubs, studied classical music in college, and defies categorization in his current endeavors?

Answer: Reverend TJ McGlinchey.

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I'm hosting open mic tonight @ Connie's Ric Rac on 9th St. Sign up at 8, Starts at 9. https://www.facebook.com/events/640169212781284/




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Q: How did you go about organizing the songs order for your album?

A: I took into consideration style, key, mood, tempo, and tried to create a narrative from song to song without having two songs next to each other that had a similar style or were in the same key. thanks for asking! - Rev TJ

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