Travianna Records announces the all new self titled album by The Wildmans releasing worldwide today! Guest musician and friend Nick Falk shares,
“The Wildmans have been wrangling tunes and dialing in their sound at countless fiddler’s conventions and jams for nearly a decade. But some still don’t know their talent. Now the wait is over, it’s time we fill our cups and let them overflow with this self-titled debut of fiddle tunes and sing songs that burn brighter than any accolades. This album draws on the quartet’s deep groove, vocal blend, and instrumental virtuosity, all of which combine to create one of the freshest sounds in American roots music today. The Wildmans are a true family band that is bound more by spirit than blood sitting squarely at the crossroads of past and future and poised for greatness.”
Take a couple minutes and have a listen and let the music speak for itself.
Travianna Records is proud to announce Tara Dente’s third albumTruth In The Mud is available today! A true rising star, Asbury Park, New Jersey’s own Tara Dente is poised to take your heart by storm with this intimate record, quite possibly becoming your new favorite artist. She has included a fine group of fellow musicians for this release whom she lovingly calls “The Blind Pilots” when they join her on stage. Here, they have helped Tara bring her original crafted songs on Truth In The Mud all the way home.
Tara Dente: Vocals & Acoustic Guitar; Piano: (Enough, What a Mess) Chris Dubrow: Upright & Electric Bass Chris Colon: Electric & Slide Guitar Santo Rizzolo: Drums & Percussion Nicole Scorsone: Violin (Ain’t No Time, Let a Good One Go, Open Seas) Andy Keenan: Pedal Steel (Hill So Steep) George Mason: String Section (Hill So Steep)
TARA DENTE/Truth in the Mud: “This crew came from Asbury Park to record in Virginia and they sound much more like roots rockers than Springsteen. With a heartland attitude and outlook, Dente and her gang come in with some meaty, juicy Americana that hits you between the eyes with it’s authenticity and power. With no affectation, she goes right for the heart and the jugular, hitting her targets with ease. Solid folk-flavored stuff throughout.” – Chris Spector / Midwest Record