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Monday, January 2, 2017

Mitch Hayes - Heroes - New Release Review

I just had the opportunity to review the newest release, Heroes, from Mitch Hayes and it is a country ballad flavored release with smooth melodies and solid vocals. Hand of The Devil breaks into a western/bluegrass feel with Hayes on banjo, Eric Lovell on mandolin, John Spurrier on drums and John Culbreath on fiddle giving it a particularly cool rural feel. One of my favorites on the release is Ashes and Dust, a quiet ballad with acoustic guitar, mandolin, dobro and fiddle. Hayes' vocals are solid and the melody is particularly interesting. Life Goes On is another smooth ballad nicely blended vocals and tight acoustic guitar riffs. Another track lead by banjo riffs, Something Deep Within, is a favorite on the release with just basic percussive banjo and Hayes vocals but it's simplicity is particularly cool. This release is different and uniquely different.


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