If there was ever a female voice that conveyed the diverse qualities of the fertile Austin, TX music scene, Toni Price would be on anyone's short list for the honors. On her second album she wraps her lazy, husky drawl around some terrific material, much of it penned by Gwil Owen who wrote or co-wrote seven of these 13 tunes. Price also utilizes the cream of the city's extensive crop of musical talent with drummers Barry Frosty Smith, Doyle Bramhall ,and Lisa Pankratz joining fiddler Champ Hood and guitarists Scrappy Jud Newcomb, Casper Rawls, David Grissom, and Derek O'Brien (who also produced) on a set that mixes country, folk, jazz, torch, blues, rock, and twang with an effortlessness unique to Austin's distinctive groove.
Julio Jose Iglesias de la Cueva (born 23 September 1943), better known as Julio Iglesias (Spanish pronunciation: [?xuljo i??lesjas]), is a Spanish singer and songwriter who has been awarded with the Guinness Record thrice. In 1983, he was the most recorded artist in more languages in the world, and in 2013 as the Latin artist who has sold the most records in history…
Hey There, Voyeur" is our first album, and it is dedicated to the people who have watched us struggling to find ourselves, screaming about civil rights, and jumping around like mad people on stage - our fans. That's right! The Voyeur is you. You'll hear the full spectrum of human emotional expression and something you could only descibe as "Genre-fluid". With songs ranging from the doom metal “Sink Hole", the pop-punk “Gender Bender”, all the way to the soul song “Miss Me”. Our music transcends genre as well as social boundaries. You'll find emotion, drama, humor, anger, and fun in the nine whole tracks included on this album.
Make no mistake about it….. Of all the bands – let not call them side projects, as they are worth more than that – Ginger has been in whilst in The Wildhearts and without, MV has long held the suspicion that Hey! Hello! is the one he liked best. Originally emerging as part of a three album Pledge project a few years back, the shimmering, sunny completely unashamed rock n roll vibe of the record was at odds with the lyrics (in the way that Ginger’s best songwriting always was) and it spawned the quite fantastic “How I Survived The Punk Rock Wars”. All was set, then, for album number two.