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Sounds Like: Dawes, Death Cab for Cutie, Brett Dennen
Bio: A Story
Buckeye Knoll’s story begins in the deep wilderness of California while songwriter Doug Streblow was taking a sabbatical from life. He took a backpack, notebook and guitar and emerged months later with a notebook full of songs that would becom...See Full Bio
"Streblow is the real deal, blessed with an expressive voice and solid guitar skills. But, in the end, what makes the album unforgettable are the song lyrics"- -The San Francisco Chronicle 8/8/10 "If Kerouac’s On the Road had a score, People and Place would be a strong frontrunner."-Unsigned Find 5/25/10 "Its latest release, People and Place, contains gentle, pretty pop rock songs with a twangy edge and rootsy tendencies (think Crosby Stills and Nash)."-East Bay Express 5/12/10 "His strident, earnest vocals have emo written all over them. But for Buckeye Knoll, Streblow’s pop instinct is tempered with an appealing folksiness." -Ourstage Magazine 10/6/10 "I firmly believe Buckeye Knoll could easily melt any girl's heart and buckle her knees. The clarity of the vocals and instruments in this band's soul pop, acoustic-guitar-infused tunes is astounding." -Shuffle On 10/22/10 "Blending pop melodies with country rhythms, the record truly is genre bending."-One Night Music 5/11/