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Haunting - Fallon Cush - Bee In Your Bonnet (CD, Album)

Haunting - Fallon Cush - Bee In Your Bonnet (CD, Album)

  • Brasar says:
    Stranger Things Have Happened by Fallon Cush, released 06 November 1. Burn 2. Sleep Her Away 3. The Key 4. Your Halo's Bright 5. Yarraman 6. Tempo Over Time 7. Sit With Me 8. Benny 9. I Don't Care What You Wear Tighter Than A Drum FALLON CUSH STRANGER THINGS HAVE HAPPENED “The witches both meant well, as they often do ”.
  • Kajihn says:
    Fallon Cush has done a Labuschagne and managed to again crack the Post To Wire end of year list with Stranger Things Have Happened making it three albums on the trot following Bee In Your Bonnet and Morning in the years they were released. Gotta be happy with that!
  • Shakabei says:
    The enigmatically named Fallon Cush is the vehicle for Sydney-based songwriter Steve Smith who has a knack of drawing together exceptional musicians from Sydney's alt-country and indie rock scenes to add depth and color to his songs and to create a sound described by Americana UK as "the voice of Bob Dylan blended with the radio friendly.
  • Kerr says:
    Apr 08,  · Fallon Cush, The TVD First Date. By Special to TVD | Published: April 8, I’ve heard the songs off the “Penny Lane” EP on CD, download etc. They probably don’t sound all that different to the original, the brilliance is still all there but they feel different. Fallon Cush’s new album Bee In Your Bonnet is released on
  • Shakara says:
    Fallon Cush – Morning LP and launch at LazyBones, Marrickville on Friday 20 October This Sydney band have released a handful of discs in the last six years, with ’s Bee in Your Bonnet the best of the bunch and the one you could fairly mention in the same breath as influences and precursors like The Jayhawks or Tom Petty.
  • Shakajas says:
    Tony McLoughlin & Marlon Klein Where Is Jack? - Fuego This duo come together for a release that leans heavily on a roots rock formula to deliver 11 songs of atmospheric moods.
  • Akira says:
    Indigo Gray by s.l.d. Fallon Cush “Bee In Your Bonnet” Fallon Cush is the vehicle for songwriter Steve Smith, a veteran Sydney musician that has dabbled in power pop, but really has great success with melodic rock Americana style. Influences heard are mainly Bob .
  • Fegul says:
    Australian folk rock band, Fallon Cush marry classic songcraft and strong musicianship to create a sound often described as sitting somewhere between Tom Petty and Crowded House combining .

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