Exclusive Premiere: This Frontier Needs Heroes Releases New Single and Video | “Free Market Music” Recorded for SJC Venues Sing Out Loud Series

by • April 13, 2016

Brad Lauretti and Sadie Frederick have just left the studio recording the fourth This Frontier Needs Heroes album. The folk duo based in Jacksonville, FL has become known for their hard work playing songs of love and protest. effexor xr drug absorbtion metamucil go to site paper with lines for writing https://behavior.org/typer/essay-about-the-future-me/31/ research proposal draft https://makeitinla.org/writer/data-analysis-coursework-mark-scheme/32/ levitra 10mg filmtabletten fta free essay copetitions thesis statement how to start https://plastic-pollution.org/trialrx/sildenafil-falic-masticable/31/ high school essay writing topics follow canadian viagra fast shipping best essay writing service australia opinion essay first paragraph social science research network working paper series http://belltower.mtaloy.edu/studies/medical-personal-statement-services/20/ https://tffa.org/businessplan/easyjet-handgepck/70/ watch esl dissertation methodology proofreading services for phd essay on characteristics of life essay about friendship betrayal buy assignments viagra for men 50mg https://cadasb.org/pharmacy/neurontin-300-mg-cap/13/ go to site https://naes.unr.edu/barrios/wp-content/?done=strathclyde-thesis-layout example apa research papers https://plastic-pollution.org/trialrx/gambar-cialis-twitter/31/ accutane moisturizer face viagra generika preisvergleich Hard work has shaped who they are as artists and informed how they approach their craft.

If the new single is any indication, the latest record will be straightforward and populist. Which makes sense, considering Lauretti and Frederick wrote most of the songs at the Stetson Kennedy Songwriter Residency, where Woody Guthrie penned eighty songs. As Lauretti told us recently, “I was definitely channeling that spirit.”

The spirit of Guthrie is clearly accessed on “Free Market Music.” It is a song about giving musicians their due, paying them what they are worth, and not taking their art for granted.

The tune is catchy despite its more serious message. A message that gets at the heart of some prevalent issues in America. The gist, pay musicians (and all working people) what they are worth.

Follow This Frontier Needs Heroes on Facebook, and stay tuned to Shows I Go To for up to date news about the new album.

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