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Cold Beer

  • Christopher Sanchez, bass guitar
  • Brian Stiles, lead guitar
  • Jarret Aitkens, drums
Classic rock influence, young and original arrangement and presentation. These mountain kids from Georgetown California played together for several years. They brought a fiercely independent version of classic rock licks. 

Cold Beer has played on Sierra Nevada mountain tops, parties and clubs in the Sierra foothills and Sacramento areas. 

Click the links below to download the .mp3 music files and then listen with your favorite player. 

Miss Kristin

Reviewed by Stephen Luff For CrossRythyms

A year after her previous CD 'Ribbons And Pearls', California's Miss Kristin returns with a disc of mainly love songs. Her distinctive vocal delivery is very difficult to describe to someone not familiar with her work, but I would tentatively suggest as somewhere between Marilyn Baker and Carly Simon!

All songs are self written and the lady also plays many of the instruments. To my ears there are certainly strong tracks here, ''Tangled Up In Blue'' is an infectious song that sticks with you, "Agony And Ecstasy" displays some very interesting songwriting exploring the bittersweet experience of being in love and "Fall Away" is a lively track with more than a nod to '80s pop rock. A rewarding listen from a hard-to-classify singer.

Tuesday July 24, 2007

Miss Kristen's bigfussrecords YouTube Channel

Jenny Stave and the Avalanche Choir sing "Don't Let Me Come Home a Stranger" written by Robin and Linda Williams of Prairie Home Companion Fame. Chojo Jacques, former and founding member of the Waybacks, assists on the violin.

For more from The Mighty Avalanche Choir, check out
Dale Barcellos' YouTube page.