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Thursday, January 30th, 2014 at 7:30pm
"One hell of a set of pipes"
- Maverick Magazine
"Dismiss folk artist Rebecca Loebe at your own peril"-Alternate Root Magazine
"Atl-folk at its best…"
- ENTERTAINMENT REALM
"An absolutely stunning voice…"
- ATLANTA JOURNAL CONSTITUTION
“I love listening to you sing, in a genuine way…” - ADAM LEVINE (of Maroon 5)
Robby Hecht is a romantic realist. He writes melodic and captivating songs that don’t shy away from the complexity of human relationships and delivers them with a smooth tenor that evokes both sorrow and hope. His new record, and second solo effort, takes the listener through a broad spectrum of emotions touching on forgiveness, love, indifference, joy, self-doubt and more. He writes with an honesty that captures the truth of a sentiment, building allegorical themes that allow anyone to relate the songs to the experiences of his or her own life.
With its blend of acoustic and electric instrumentation, Last of The Long Days harkens back to a time when well-crafted lyrics and timeless melodies ruled the radio airwaves. “Real Someday” is a hopeful mid-tempo tune with a lyric that promises there will be better days to come. The chorus is a descending, wordless harmony with Jill Andrews, formerly of The Everybodyfields, supplying the soaring backing vocals. The folksy “Pot of Gold” sings the praises of a long time relationship while playing on traditional methods of fortune seeking. On this track, muted upright bass and James Digirolamo’s accordion complement Hecht’s warm, assuring vocals and intricate fingerpicking.
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