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Oakhurst

Oakhurst

Rock / Americana / Roots Music Denver, CO  US

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Sounds Like: Wilco, The Head and the Heart, Uncle Tupelo, Railroad Earth

Label: Oak Horse Records

Manager: Juicy Q Productions

Bio: It’s fashionable these days for bands to call themselves “eclectic,” or “genre-bending,” but for Denver, Colorado’s Oakhurst, those terms aren’t the result of some marketing strategy, or even of well-meant wishful thinking—they’re the simple, unvarnished truth.  For proof, just look to the fact t...See Full Bio

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“It’s fashionable these days for bands to call themselves “eclectic,” or “genre-bending,” but for Denver, Colorado’s Oakhurst, those terms aren’t the result of some marketing strategy, or even of well-meant wishful thinking—they’re the simple, unvarnished truth. For proof, just look to the fact that Oakhurst has been nominated for their hometown’s independent weekly’s music awards in five different categories—or, even better, just listen to their brand new album, Barrel. Because when you get right down to it, it’s all about the music, and while the music Oakhurst makes on Barrel isn’t the kind that defies description, it’s definitely the kind that defies any one description. The result is a perfect snapshot of an upward-bound quintet that’s as broad-ranging as any you’re likely to hear all year. Produced by Joe Pisapia (Ben Folds, Guster, K. D. Lang) and recorded at Nashville’s Middle Tree Studios.”

— Jon Weisberger, Nashville Blogger

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