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Branden Sipes / Press

“If you like Jason Mraz, Jack Johnson and the current crop of acoustic guitar toting singer-songwriters, you definitely want to get something from Branden, 'cause he's as good, if not better. His solid rhythmic guitar is always at the center with warm expressive vocals singing some really great songs. "Winter's on Its Way" is driven with a light snare and a sparse arrangment that presents the song well. "Going Home" is about longing for home and has a great Jack Johnson-like guitar riff that drives it all. You know a song is incredibly well-written when you hear it with just a voice and acoustic guitar and it still slays you - that's all you get with "That Side of Me" and that's all you need. Impeccably played and sung. Great lyrics, too: "I could be a saint / I could be the best you'd ever find / If you could only see that side of me." Just give her this song, Branden. Keep an eye on this guy. Hopefully we'll all be hearing a lot more of him.”