“Live To Be Free” from new album ‘Flying Upside Down’
GRIFFIN HOUSE, Flying Upside Down (Nettwerk)
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Out of Ohio comes Nashville-based singer-songwriter Griffin House with his latest record titled ‘Flying Upside Down’ available on Nettwerk Records. House draws well-warranted comparisons to Ryan Adams (in a good way) as well as a detectable influence of Johnny Cash. Check out album track “Let Me In” which contains this classic lyric “sometimes you feel a little closer to heaven when you raise a little hell”. File under: Rock / Folk
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* Source: ColumbiaRecords.com
** Source: RamseurRecords.net
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