One Of These Days, A Country Sensation Waiting to Happen! | Marshall Dane – Canada

Posted: December 24, 2014 by Kimberly Weiss in Band Reviews/Promotions, Music Connection News, Non-Local Bands
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Marshall_Dane_no_titleOne Of These Days is a hot country album released in early 2013 that is now making its way to fans across the U.S., courtesy of Canadian country artist and CMAO nominee for Best Male Artist and Album of the Year, Marshall Dane.  His single, “Alcohol Abuse” is now on radio stations across Canada and the U.S., and it’s there for good reason!

“Alcohol Abuse” is full of awesome bluegrass harmonies, saucy violin parts, and energetic lyrics that perfect the meaning of a rowdy, good time!  



13With tracks like “Living It Up”, “Take You Home To Mama”, and “Staying Up Late” though, One Of These Days is no one hit album!

Around every corner are killer vocals, fiddle, keys, drums, bass and steel guitar leads.   Dane’s lyrics clearly represent his soul and love of life, and varying degrees of depth, soul, twang, and grit make his voice rich enough to warm the

10268507_10152401963936066_4726713577475958857_nHis recording musicians – Jeff Fountain (bass), Corey Thompson (drums), Mike Bonnell (keys), Doug Johnson (steel), and Shane Guse (fiddle) – support and showcase Dane’s singing and songwriting style perfectly while standing out on their own with plenty of dynamics and skill!

Country music fans who like a little rock, pop, and bluegrass infusion will really appreciate this album and give it plenty of play time.   Get your copy below!

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* This fellow artist is supporting our local scene right here in and around Dayton! Go check out their music! If you would like to help support this page and our local scene, click HERE!

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