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  •  The Independent Musicians CD Reviews

    Welcome to the EvO:R Independent CD Reviews Section.
    I would like to take a few minutes to introduce ourselves to everyone. The EvO:R review section features reviews from various independent musicians that submit material for our consideration.

    I wanted to let you know a little about our review teams collective thoughts on music. It's important to let the people we review know what we think of their music and how we listened to their creations.

    We hold nothing back! The team has been instructed to be honest and respectful of all CD's reviewed.
    The EvO:R CD Review Team
     Artist: DoubleWide Debris
     Album: Bridges Burned
     Genre: Southern Rock
     Rating: 8.5 out of 10 stars
     Website: Reverb Nation
     Social Media: Facebook Page
     Downloads: Sample Music
     Buy CD: Buy CD
     Reviewed by: Charles Harrelson
     Edited by: Charles Harrelson
     Review Comments: next2zero@yahoo.com

    The Review
    You've just got to love a band as comfortable in cowboy boots as they would be in leather pants. You wouldn't expect a band that comes from Wayne County in Southern Illinois to sound like they the just stepped off the bus in Muscles Shoals, Alabama by way of Galveston, TX. DoubleWide Debris is heavily influenced by a very broad and highly diverse group of artists such as Blackberry Smoke, The Heartless Bastards, Deep Purple, George Jones, Waylon Jennings, Led Zeppelin, and Buck Owens, just to name a few.

    One added twist is the due vocal combination of Traci Carter who delivers the band signature vocals and Keith Chapman who provides the gritty male vocals. This dog and butterfly identification creates a bit of a crisis as the band is identified by two very distinctively different singers. Over the years very few bands have successfully pulled this combination off. I instantly think of Fleetwood Mac and Jefferson Starship but struggle to think of other bands who have successfully handled the dual identity. Musical diversity is great but a bands identity is even more important.

    Vocal identity aside I can see how this band could be the life of any party. Break out the keg, put the burgers on the grill and fire up the Doublewide Debris. Any club looking to spice up the entertainment should be standing in line to hire this band.

    The band consists of vocalist, guitarist and banjo player Traci Carter. She is joined in the band by four other talented musicians. Keith Chapman provides additional lead vocals and the signature lead guitar riffs. If that isn't enough he provides some keyboard work and banjo. Mark Chapman plays rhythm guitar and mandolin while Jim Garrett provides the back beat and backup vocals. The bottom end is help together by bass player Melinda Bruce.
    The Music
     / Hello Southern Illinois  / Walking On a Wire  / Who's Drivin' This Bus  / R O D  / Gray  / Bridges Burned / 
     / Friend Card  / Real Ass Kickin' Song  / I Don't Think I Was Meant to Be This Way  / Stuck in This Truck / 


    Conclussion
    Solid riff driven southern fried country rock. Doublewide Debris delivers a unique blend of classic rock to roots country. This band could be comfortable playing in a country pub or a head bangers ball. Bartender, pour the drinks and let the fun begin. This band is here to party and have fun, why fight them? I give the gang 8.5 stars out of 10. It wasn't just about the music, it was about the overall atmosphere the band creates. This CD was fun to listen to.
     Reviewed by: Charles Harrelson
     Edited by: Charles Harrelson
     Review Comments: next2zero@yahoo.com


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    Longwood, Fl.
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