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released October 30, 2015

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Andrea DeMarcus - upright bass and voice on all songs
Dave Kirslis - guitar on all songs, organ and percussion on “Ms. Eloise,”
voice on all songs except “I’m Sorry Charlene”
Colin Agnew - drums on “Dirty Hound” and “In The Garden,” percussion on “Shadows Before
You”
Rex Hussman - accordion on “Round Yellow Suitcase” and “I’m Sorry Charlene,”
piano on “Dirty Hound,” “Shadows Before You” and “Round Yellow Suitcase”
Justin Holtsclaw - drums on “Walking Late,” “Round Yellow Suitcase” and “Werewolf”
Matt Stoessel - pedal steel on “Walking Late,” “I’m Sorry Charlene” and “Ms. Eloise”
Luke Schneider – pedal steel on “The Farmer” (pedal steel part arranged by Matt “Pistol”
Stoessel)
Rick Lollar - outro lead guitar on “Dirty Hound,” “Round Yellow Suitcase” and “Werewolf”
Patrick Russert - pedal steel on “The Keeper”
Ian Fitchuk - percussion on “The Keeper”
Jordan Lehning - harmonium and zither on “The Keeper”
Produced by Drew Vandenberg & Cicada Rhythm
except
“The Keeper” produced by Jordan Lehning, Skylar Wilson, Drew Vandenberg and Cicada
Rhythm
“Ms. Eloise” produced by Dave Kirslis & Justin Holtsclaw
“The Farmer” - produced by Jordan Lehning and Skylar Wilson
Recorded by Eric Masse and Jordan Lehning at The Casino in Nashville
All songs recorded by Drew Vandenberg at Chase Park Transduction in Athens, GA
except
“The Keeper” overdub recorded by Eric Masse at The Casino in Nashville
“Do Not Destroy” recorded by Drew Vandenberg at Mt. Zion Church in Sparta, GA
"Ms. Eloise" recorded by Justin Holtsclaw at Marigolds & Monsters Studio in Atlanta, GA

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Cicada Rhythm Athens, Georgia

Andrea DeMarcus- Bass
David Kirslis - Guitar

Born and raised in Georgia, this talented pair imitates and modernizes folk music to a rejuvenating degree. Their sound exhibits skilled and articulate guitar picking honed in the dive bars of Atlanta over rolling Julliard-trained bass lines. Expect chilling harmonies, unbridled enthusiasm, some wholesome tunes and a sincere performance. ... more

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