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Title - ‘A Lone Voice’
Artist - Pete Kronowitt

To say that singer/songwriter Pete Kronowitt speaks for a Nation via his lyrics might seem a tad bit of overkill, but trust me, when you hear those words, bathe in his viewpoints, even before halfway through this highly addictive new album, you will be feeling beyond ready to affect changes in this country!

From the opening song, the crisp and clear ‘Change Is Gonna Come,’ Kronowitt’s emotive songs, fusing acoustic pop and indie-folk, while evoking an era when music was made to battle injustice, stand tall, stand proud. Each song contains a powerful message we all should pay heed to, much like the opener, where with the advancement of cell phones and selfies, there truly is nowhere to hide these days.

1. “Change Is Gonna Come”
2. “Got Guns?”
3. “Tears on The Back of Her Head”
4. “You Are Here“
5. “Necessary Evils”
6. “Puppet Master “
7. “Holding Your Hand “
8. “Body, Choice & Mind “
9. “Follow The Leader “
10. “The Beast “
11. “She Gives “
12. “Perfect Day”

Here on San Francisco-based Kronowitt‘s fourth full-length album, A Lone Voice, he masterfully explores themes ranging from socio-political struggles to musings on the human condition. With a sound reminiscent of Steve Earle and John Mellencamp, all wrapped within the beliefs held by a young Bob Dylan, each track oozes alt-Americana, folk, pop, country, and even a slight acoustic-punk set of influences, in a way that virtually compels you to listen along.

A Lone Voice was recorded and produced in Nashville, Tennessee by Grammy-winning songwriter Phil Madeira, with backing musicians David Mansfield on guitars, mandolin and violin, Dennis Holt on drums and percussion, Chris Donohue on bass, and of course, Phil Madeira on guitars and keys.