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KDTN Radio One - Music In Review's The Best of the Best - 2012 - Top 50 Songs on SDC Radio Networks

Zoe Alpert of Special Guests- "Apathy" finesses the hell out of the sing song lyrics with a girlish, whispery quality that seems influenced by folk from the 1960s and 1970s. Her sustained coos are a thing of beauty, and she gently infuses emotion into this tune without being melodramatic.

Melanie Rose Dyer - grew up in a small rural town in Virginia, one of seven children in a house with one bathroom. (The house of her earliest years sat on cinder blocks with chickens under it, with an outdoor toilet, and a washtub for bathing the little ones.) Dyer was in the eighth grade when they got TV.

Anthony Adams - Dweller-X  Album: An Obvious Taste of the Rain - I Don't Wonder -

Fate Strikes Twice, " Bad Ass Mutha" a five piece original band out of Morris County N.J., adds their own flavor of sound to classic and modern elements of rock, metal, and pop, to create a catchy and distinctive concoction of songs. Much of their sound can be attributed to vocalist Harry Dullys' vocal abilities and charismatic live performances.

Doug Briney, The original Northern Cowboy is an ICMA nominated Best Male Artist from Alaska. Warm baritone voice reminiscent of Toby Keith, Trace Adkins and Kenny Rogers.

White Fort--a unique hybrid of rock, folk, and classical music, propelled by a Russian ethnic pulse and rocket fuel.

Zodiac Death Valley is San Francisco past, future, and present: Cactus flower romanticism junk rock echoing the hardened curbside soul of The Haight and Mission districts, dark sailor music extracted from the cold bawdy Barbary waterfront, and sparkling vibrant optimism like a Dolores Park Summer day. This is their sacred ground and, just perhaps, never has one sound put it all together in such a fashion.


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