Based in New York, The Tall Pines are less city and more alternative blues that conjures up the sounds of 1960s country-soul with a modern spin. The music duo is comprised of husband and wife team Connie Lynn Petruk and Christmas Davis. The two have been composing songs and writing music together for years and are no strangers to the indie-country circuit.
Watch The Tall Pines video Black Ribbon
“With long straight hair falling over sky-high cheekbones and a penchant for floor-length dresses, Connie Petruk looks like she stepped out of late ’60s/early ’70s Nashville and sings like the lost sister of Bobbie Gentry or Dusty Springfield. Her honeyed alto will melt the frost off your windshield, and the band’s confident backing matches her attitude flawlessly. The Tall Pines are equal parts soul and twang, molasses and moonshine, sass and skill,” shares NPR Music’s summary of The Tall Pines. Sounds spot on.
The Tall Pines are sharing a free music download that contains songs from their previous Hell Hounds EP and a few from their new release, Black Ribbon EP. Try before you buy and check out the option to leave a monetary tip to support the band too.
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Photo Credit: Courtesy of The Tall Pines
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