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The Rowley Wheeler Band / Press

“Country, folk, rock and bluegrass mash it up together on the disc from this five-piece group. Crosby, Stills and Nash-style harmonies (though not as dense) and tasty guitar abound on the disc, which is also peppered with mandolin and slide guitar for extra-added flavor. All the songs maintain a solid intensity, which betrays a high-level of musicianship, despite their laid-back presentation and sense of humor. The six-song EP ends solidly with a cover of the Rolling Stones’ “Dead Flowers.” There is a warmth and humility to the recording quality which suits the material perfectly. Go to facebook.com/therowleywheelerband to check them out. — Ryan Cunningham ”

““ We decided that we wanted to bring back some of the most popular bands that we’ve had for an encore performance,” said Kara de Alvare, event coordinator for the Downtown Holland Principle Shopping District. “ These are definitely some of the best bands from past GrooveWalks,” said Brad Raffenaud, president of Sprout Media Group, a booking and promotions agency that books the acts for GrooveWalk. “ We picked them from responses of people in the past. Every band we have on this year’s roster is a Michigan band, so it’s cool that the people’s choices of the best acts all come from this area,” he said. An upcoming band that’s also getting a lot of buzz in The Rowley Wheeler Band. They’re an Americana band out of the Spring Lake– Grand Haven area,” Raffen­aud said. Last October’s Groove-Walk attracted about 3,000 attendees and organizers are expecting 3,000 to 4,000 this weekend, de Alvare said. ”

““ We decided that we wanted to bring back some of the most popular bands that we’ve had for an encore performance,” said Kara de Alvare, event coordinator for the Downtown Holland Principle Shopping District. “ These are definitely some of the best bands from past GrooveWalks,” said Brad Raffenaud, president of Sprout Media Group, a booking and promotions agency that books the acts for GrooveWalk. An upcoming band that’s also getting a lot of buzz in The Rowley Wheeler Band. They’re an Americana band out of the Spring Lake– Grand Haven area,” Raffen­aud said. Last October’s Groove-Walk attracted about 3,000 attendees and organizers are expecting 3,000 to 4,000 this weekend, de Alvare said. ”

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