Luke Scott MacMaster, Davey & the Midnights, David Rosales & His Band of Scoundrels

Luke Scott MacMaster

"Luke Scott MacMaster remains a mystery to most of the
songwriting community. His songs have toured endlessly with
acts fond of the writers poetic and often heroic sadness. One such song "Untitled (Love Song)" even ended up on Counting Crows album Underwater Sunshine in 2013, but little still is heard from the singer songwriter himself. Often his social
presence can be vague but continues to insist that he is writing and recording regularly. If you stumble upon the chance to catch him live please don't miss the opportunity."

- The National Enquirer

Davey & the Midnights

Los Angeles westsiders Davey And The Midnights combine traditional country, blues, and psychedelia to create an eclectic highway sound in the vein of Gram Parsons, JJ Cale, and the Grateful Dead.

David Rosales & His Band of Scoundrels

With his rich baritone vocal and hopeful melodies, Huntington Beach, California singer-songwriter, David Rosales, comes from a place of deep content and shining optimism in his debut album, BRAVE ONES, as he draws on the wide-open spaces of the Southwest and the smooth textures of the Pacific Ocean to seamlessly weave an alluring landscape of Country, Folk, Blues and Rock.

It's impossible to deny the warmth and ease of Rosales' diverse songwriting prowess on the 11-track album as he blends his vintage sonic taste with fresh vision, channeling inspirations such as Sam Cooke, Johnny Cash, Ryan Adams and Nathaniel Rateliff.

BRAVE ONES was co-produced by Matt Grundy (Donavon Frankenreiter) and Rosales himself. The team took to recording in the wind-swept Southern California High Desert region inside an isolated log cabin dubbed, Super Bloom Studios.



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