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Dirty Dan and Mongo Man Show February 27, 2008 Welcome Peter Berwick Show #1

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Imagine a run-down bar somewhere along the road packed with truckers shooting pool, smoking and drinking beer. Someone is passed out in the men's room, a couple of guys are fighting out front while others are playing stud or dancing with the local girls. The sound from the jukebox is more than likely to sound something like Pete Berwick. Christer Davidsson, MUTINYZINE.COM "Ain't No Train Outta Nashville is the best damned album since "the Hard Way" and I'll stand on Steve Earle's coffee table in my biker boots and say that!"--Torchy Blaine, "Guitar Town" Radio WDVR-FM * * * Berwick appears to be the genuine article, an urban cowboy from another time or another place. His voice is weathered and rugged. His guitar playing is masterful, and his lyrics are soulful. It’s everything you’d expect to hear from the dusty looking outlaw in the sepia-toned picture on the cover of his disc. He is a man of many talents aside from being one hell of a musician. No matter how you drink your whiskey, you’ll love the soulful country-rock of Pete Berwick. If you can get into rockabilly or Johnny Cash (or good Elvis), then you will enjoy Berwick’s tunes. Check it out. (Peter Terebesi , Verbicide Magazine) * * * There is so much talent out there that isn’t getting out because the recording industry starts to milk them for money the second that they get any recognition. You can’t make it if you don’t pay. How ridiculous. Artists like Pete Berwick, Papa Satch, and Bill Kelly are where the future of music lies. --Bill Prevost, Riff Radio

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