“A Dollar & A Kiss“, Matt Borrello‘s new studio album is officially available! The album features 11 original songs ranging from solo acoustic folk to full band electric blues and rock. He will be touring extensively in the coming year in support of the album, which was recorded at Fox Run Studios in Sudbury, MA in 2014. The tracks are well arranged and expertly recorded by producer Neale Eckstein and co-producer/percussionist, Steve Jagoda. The album features the talents of musicians Pat Wictor (slide guitar), Tom Bianchi (bass), Matt Nokoa (piano), Brian Strange (organ), and Steve Latanision (violin, mandolin, pedal steel).
For more information including tour dates please visit: Matt Borrello’s WEBSITE HERE
Trespass Music is thrilled to release to radio Michael Troy’s highly anticipated 4th album ‘I Am American.’‘ Folk Radio release began October 1 and his CD Release Celebration is slated for October 25 at the Narrows Center for the Arts.
A magical storyteller with a gift for melody, Michael Troy has a deep rich voice, excellent finger-pickin’ skills and the ability to create outstanding stanzas of substance.
In ‘I Am American’, he tells honest tales of faith, family and friendship as well as songs that offer commentary on the perils of the common man in our country.
Michael will tell you he has lived several lives this time around… mill worker, fisherman, laborer and carpenter…however he has always come back to his first love which is music…
Michael is married with 4 daughters, the inspiration for the poignant Lullaby originally on “Whispers in The Wind” and now on “I Am American”.
A local of Fall River, Massachusetts and now residing in neighboring Somerset, Michael has been playing solo sets and supporting others with a varied showcase of his own work for over 20 years. However, in the past 10 years, Michael has devoted more time to his music…the results of which are collected in his debut release, “Whispers in the Wind“, followed by “Romancing the Moon” and 2009’s “Mill Town Boy”.
Michael is an award winning songwriter having performed in emerging artists showcases and festivals at the 2003 SERFA, NERFA, Falcon Ridge, Winterfolk II, 2004 Chris Austin Song Fest at Merlefest, Woodie Guthrie Contest, Kerrville New Folk, Boston Folk Festival, 2005 South Florida Folk Festival, 2006 Wildflower Folk Festival, 2007 New England Songwriting Contest (Ossipee Valley) and the 2010 Kerrville New Folk Festival.
Sunday, October 25 at 2:00pm – 5:00pm – CD Release Party
Trespass Music is pleased to release to radio “Roll Away” by Miss Brown To You
Fans and DJ’s in Oklahoma and Texas, are saying that ‘Roll Away,’ the third release from Oklahoma City duo Miss Brown to You, is the best. Other artists flee the appellation ‘eclectic’ but Louise Goldberg and Mary Reynolds embrace it: jazz, folk, singer/songwriter, Red Dirt, Cajun, blues, gospel, there’s something different in every cut. “delightful… their singing is angelic.”
“Miss Brown To You is on a roll.” Doug Hill, The Norman Transcript
“Mary Reynoldsis simply the greatest female voice in Oklahoma and Louise Goldberg is one of the finest keyboardists I have ever heard in my life… They are music legends for a reason…” Greg Johnson, KOSU For the Sake of the Song
“I can’t think of anyone who interprets other great songwriter’s songs better than Mary Reynolds and Louise Goldberg.” Scott Aycock, KWGS Folk Salad
Louise Goldberg (piano, voice, bass, guitar, accordion) and Mary Reynolds (guitar, voice, bass) concentrate on their work as a duo for this album. But there are also 3 cuts that feature the Miss Brown to You quartet, primarily a jazz group but capable of a wide spectrum of musical expression.
A folk ballad from the misty hills of Kentucky. A sophisticated jazz standard, heard through a New York doorway. Steamy blues from New Orleans, circa 1920. A swinging two step at the dance hall, where Bob Wills is on the stand. A samba igniting the hills of Rio de Janeiro. Colorful original songs.
Trespass Music is pleased to release to radio “So Far, So Good” by David Roth
David Roth‘s 13th CD, another roller coaster ride of 14 new songs ranging from poignant to improbable, is now available. This collection is built around two acoustic guitars (both played by David), the occasional piano, ukulele, flute, accordion, and background vocals.
David strikes many chords, hearts, and minds with his unique songs, offbeat observations, moving stories, sense of the hilarious, and powerful singing and subject matter. As singer, songwriter, recording artist, keynote speaker, workshop leader, and instructor, David has earned top honors at premier songwriter competitions – Kerrville (TX) and Falcon Ridge (NY).
David’s career has taken his songs, experience, and expertise to a wide variety of venues in this and other countries full-time for more than twenty five years. His work has found it’s way to Carnegie Hall, the United Nations, several Chicken Soup for the Soul books, the Kennedy Center, Peter, Paul, & Mary’s 2014 retrospective “Discovered” (Warner Brothers), the Kingston Trio’s “Born at the Right Time”, NASA’s Goddard Space Center (his song “Rocket Science” sailed on the space shuttle Atlantis in 2009), the Rise Up Singing and Rise Again (sequel) songbooks, and 13 CDs on the Wind River and Stockfisch (Germany) labels. Winner of 4 Positive Music Awards (celebrating the best in empowering original music) David is also the 2015 Grace Note recipient for Outstanding Contribution to New Thought Music. The former artist-in-residence at New York’s Omega Institute has also taught singing, songwriting, and performance at the Swannanoa Gathering (Coordinator of “Contemporary Folk Week” for 5 years), the Woods Dance & Music Camp, SummerSongs (NY and CA) , WUMB’s Summer Acoustic Music Week, Moab Folk Camp, Rowe Center, Pendle Hill, Lamb’s Retreat, the National Wellness Institute, and for many other songwriting groups and associations around the country. David also leads tour groups to Ireland, is creator of the Cape Cod Songwriters Retreat and is organizer/host of the Cape’s Full Moon Open Mic which, for the past 10 years has provided a forum for musicians to connect and be heard while at the same time collecting over $12,000 in donations for local non profits.
“David and his music will touch you to the very depths of your soul. He’ll make you laugh and cry, inspire you to rise and fly…” Jack Canfield, co-author, Chicken Soup for the Soul
Trespass Music is pleased to release to radio “Road Signs” by Mike Laureanno his second released to radio.
Old school songwriting at its best: “Road Signs“, Mike Laureanno‘s second CD, continues with a collection of 11 lyrical songs that explore those crooked paths and byways taken through life. Mike is joined in harmony by his brothers Frank and Tom Laureanno, who accompany him on bass and cajon drum. The CD is produced, recorded and mixed by Mike in his studio in Providence, RI.
“Rhode Island’s Mike Laureanno is truly a multi-talented Renaissance man who wears the hats of singer, songwriter, producer, engineer and musician with equal proficiency” Don DiMuccio RI Motif Magazine
Mike Laureanno is a 2014 NERFA Suzi Wollenberg Folk DJ Showcase artist and winner of the 2014 Stone Soup Coffeehouse, Pawtucket, RI songwriting contest. His debut CD “Pushing Back Wintertime,” filled with poignant themes and heartfelt imagery that allowed the listener to experience a slice of Americana through the eyes of the quintessential everyman, charted at #28 on the Folk DJ Radio Playlist and his
song “Little Red-Winged Blackbirds” reached # 1 on Neil Young’s “Living with War Today” web site. Most recently WFUV folk DJ Bob Sherman, the host of Woody’s Children, selected “Pushing Back Wintertime” as one of his top ten albums of 2014.
“My great great grandfather, Manuel Laureanno, was a whaler from the Azores. He went on a 5 year whaling voyage from New Bedford, MA to east Africa. This is his whale of a tale.”