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Bio: With two singer-songwriters from different generations, you’d expect the ThreadBarons’ to be a mishmash of genres, directions, and voices. And it is. But the mixture works in a way that each member’s influence is heard, creating a kind of progressive roots rock. Their style draws from folk, rock ...See Full Bio
“If the ThreadBarons' moniker is a play on the word "threadbare," it fits the weathered Americana made by the Denver quartet. On this self-titled disc, the act takes a well-worn, no-bullshit approach, injecting a mid-tempo country shuffle on tunes like "Window in the Winter" and digging into slow rockers like "Don't Want to Hurt (Like That No More).". The ThreadBarons are occasionally joined by Violent Femmes frontman Gordon Gano, who lends his chops on fiddle when available. The album is a mix of poignant tunes and catchy numbers.”