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“I’m a sucker for story songs. They hook you from the beginning and touch you on an emotional level, whether their theme is murder, mayhem, despair, broken hearts, lost loves or wild adventure. Nashville based indie-folk trio Fort Defiance has included one of the most epic story songs I’ve heard in years on their debut album Worry Has No Home. …Worry Has No Home weaves beautifully written ballads with toe-tapping tunes and great harmonies into nine tracks that anyone with an appreciation of artists such as Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan or The Civil Wars should immediately add to their music library. …With themes of fears and worries, loneliness and redemption, Worry Has No Home is compelling, exciting and breathtakingly seductive.” — Jane Roser for THAT MAG (www.thatmusicmag.com)
Fort Defiance is Jordan Eastman (vocals, guitar, harmonica, bass, banjo, percussion and bells) and Laurel Lane (vocals, banjo and ukulele).
Click HERE for more info about Fort Defiance.
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