February 2014 Local Music Reviews

Local Review: The Hollering Pines – Long Nights, Short Lives and Spilled Chances

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The Hollering Pines
Long Nights, Short Lives and Spilled Chances
Self-Released
Street: 09.30.13
The Hollering Pines = Dixie Chicks + Alabama Shakes
Local band The Hollering Pines are made up of the sister-sister vocal act of Kiki Jane Buehner and Marie Bradshaw on guitar and bass guitar, respectively, along with drummer and singer Dan Buehner, and Dylan Schorer on electric guitar. Together, they have created an entrancing narrative about long nights, short lives and spilled chances—hence the title of the album. Long Nights was recorded live in Provo, Utah. It is characterized by upbeat and bluesy tracks like “Cadillac” and more old-country and modern folk songs like “Something on My Mind.” It may be the haunting poetic lyrics, or the cool, collective twang, but either way, these country folk are sure to keep your foot bouncing and your head swaying from start to finish. –Lizz Corrigan
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