bruce donnola

bruce donnola

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Folk - Rock | Central, New Jersey, United States
Total Song Plays: 10   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Mick Skidmore, Relix Magazine-
Bruce Donnola writes pretty damn good songs. The 14 cuts on "Vaudeville" are a little meatier than what you would expect from your average guitar-toting singer/songwriter. "Towards Alberta" has an endearing roots feel, while "Definition" is reminiscent of The Band. Better still are the country-rock tones of "Gratitude" and the eloquent, folky "Fedora," which has a country-bluegrass sound mixed with a slight Celtic twist.

Swa Braeken, ROOTSTIME-
His material can effortlessly compete with the best work of Dylan, Young, Gordon Lightfoot and James Taylor. This is an album to cherish. Some real gems: "Joe Sawyer", "Tomorrow We Live", "No Strings", the very professional and lovely country rockers "Longitude" and "Gratitude" with David Hamburger on dobro and the master himself on bottleneck guitar.