O’ Be Joyful

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Shovels & Rope consists of two artists with music careers prior to joining forces. Cary Ann Hearst is an acclaimed singer/songwriter who has been featured on NPR’s Weekend Edition and had her song “Hell Bells” used in HBO’s True Blood. Michael Trent is a celebrated solo artist and the former singer/guitarist of band The Films.

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Shovels & Rope consists of two artists with music careers prior to joining forces. Cary Ann Hearst is an acclaimed singer/songwriter who has been featured on NPR’s Weekend Edition and had her song “Hell Bells” used in HBO’s True Blood. Michael Trent is a celebrated solo artist and the former singer/guitarist of band The Films. O’ Be Joyful is a raw, honest, gritty offering with pure energy, distinctive harmonies and stellar songwriting.

Product Features

  • Artist: SHOVELS & ROPE
  • genre: Folk Music
  • product type: Compact Disc
  • Release Date: 31-JUL-2012
  • Returns Accepted?: Yes

Comments

Franklin L Burns says:

Since today’s country music is bad version of rock and pop

Karl Evan Shikles says:

I love these two This album is at least as good as their other collaboration – which is saying quite a bit. I caught the end of their set opening for Hayes Carll a year or so ago and bought three of their CD’s (their self-titled collaboration, Cary Ann Hearst’s “Lions and Lambs” and Michael Trent’s “The Winner”) on the way out. I’ve been kicking myself for not catching the entire set ever since. The albums have been three of my favorites this entire time. They sound amazing on their albums…

steviesbiggestfan says:

Remarkable I’m a pop-rock girl who lives in the 70′s and 80′s, musically speaking. I’ve always snubbed my nose at “new music” because none of it is good. Until I saw Shovels and Rope on a PBS Americana Special. Who were these people that just started playing and singing like they just came out of the garden? I was fascinated and wanted to hear more so I watched them on youtube, then bought every vinyl, CD and MP3 download I could get (Cary Ann’s two solo albums, Michael’s two solo albums,…

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