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The Statesboro Revue are a recent discovery of mine, and I for one am
really enjoying their blend of genres yet still country sensibilities. They
have the ability to craft really great songs with depth and emotion, and are a
more-than-satisfactory soundtrack for any day, season or situation. Texas-based
and led by impressive vocalist Stewart Mann, I sat down to interview Stewart to
find out a little bit more about the band, their new record ‘Ramble On
Privilege Creek’, and his story.
Stewart! First of all, can you sum up the Statesboro Revue and the music in a
couple of lines? Soulful, heartfelt, and genuine rockin’ roots
music that's tinged with the storytelling aspect of country music as well as
the raw, bluesy approach of American rock ‘n’ roll.
makes you different?
My singing and songwriting approach and overall production style is my
attempt at establishing a unique sound/style without straying too far from the
very music that inspired me to get into music in the first place.