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Customer Reviews

Worth every Penny - brilliant

Saw this band in L.A. supporting *The Devil Makes Three* :-

So much energy and fun, I dragged the Mrs to this gig who usually hates the music I like and even she now has this playing in her car :)

Good fun and energy - Just ashame we dont get much of this here in London-UK :(

An amazing purchase

Saw and met this band in London (May 2013) and they were awesome.

The album itself is a brilliant collection of tunes that grow and grow on you. From the charged songs like For Better For Worse through to slower tunes like Sad Songs, you will not be disappointed.

I'm so glad I found this band :-). Now for some more foot tapping...

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Los Angeles-based Old Man Markley are hardly a typical band, delivering a wild, down-home sound that is equal parts bluegrass and pure punk, recognizing the speed and energy in both genres, and with their kitchen-sink approach to material (traditional fare, classic pop and rock songs, original songs, anything that fits into the blender) and unbridled enthusiasm, they quickly made a name for delivering unforgettable live shows. Formed in 2007 and comprised of John Carey (guitar and vocals), Annie...
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