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Mostly Maybe

Mostly Maybe

Folk / Rock / Pop Phoenixville, PA  US

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  • RT Carter (ASCAP) (International Folk Alliance) (Artist)
    RT Carter (ASCAP) (International Folk Alliance)
    Very unique sound,,,great feel and mood to the music and vocals. Enchanting and dynamic. Thanks
  • Aaron Dozer (Artist)
    Aaron Dozer
    Nice! I like "Sweet Nicotine"!
  • Larry Friends and Family (Artist)
    Larry Friends and Family
    We hope that all of Mostly Maybe's AMAZING FANS will come see Emily Neblock and Larry Friends and Family at Steel City on May 5th! See you there!
  • Karen (Fan)
    Karen
    Sweet, humorous, with wonderful harmony. Karen
  • Kerry Leigh (Artist)
    Kerry Leigh
    Creative, well-crafted songwriting and compelling well-executed performance! Take care -- Kerry
  • IANDSON (Artist)
    IANDSON
    There are no borders in music when looking for beauty. Feel the beauty of music forever. Respect and support from I&SON.

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Sounds Like: The Shins, Death Cab for Cutie, Iron & Wine, The Civil Wars

Bio: We've spent years being over-emotional oddballs, and have finally found the perfect outlet. Songs, thoughtfully crafted to express the purest heartbreak and the highest heights of elation, have come to make up our outstanding musical report. Powerful, intricately woven harmonies, unique song stru...See Full Bio

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Emily Neblock

Vocals

James Berg

Bass

Elliot Wilson

Drums

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“As host of the Steel City Open Mic I've had the opportunity to listen to this band countless times. And every time I've seen them live I'm completely blown away, not by just how young and talented they are but by the personal connection they convey in each song. Now I'm not saying that they do backflips off the kick drum or spit in the air during a guitar solo; no, I'm simply saying that when the song they play is sad, you feel the heartbreak. When the song is happy, you're happy. That connection barrier is not an easy one to break through, yet they seem to do it effortlessly without the theatrics. With songs like "Jane," "Are We Artificial," "Sweet Nicotine" and comparably consistent songwriting, the future looks pretty bright for Mostly Maybe.”

— Reed Reish, Steel City

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