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Album Review

AM's Future Sons & Daughters is a moody and inspired album that touches on all of the New Orleans-musician's favorite styles from baroque chamber pieces to mid-tempo country rockers. In that sense, such tracks as the atmospheric Phil Spector-ish number "The Other Side," the lead single "Grand Opinion," and the mellow country-rock anthem "Fortunate Family Tree" deliver on AM's knack for quirky '60s pop-inspired songs. Similarly, the duet with Angela Correa, "It's Been so Long," is pleasantly reminiscent of the classic Lee Hazlewood/Nancy Sinatra pairings. Fans of introspective, classicist pop with more than a bit of wit and charm should find much to enjoy on Future Sons & Daughters.


Born: Tulsa, OK

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter Anthony Miller, aka AM, grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma and in the suburbs of New Orleans before he began writing songs in college. He relocated to Los Angeles, and after he played the South by Southwest Festival, Defend Music took interest and added him to their roster. In July 2006 the label released Troubled Times, a reissue of AM's eponymous debut CD from the previous year; the album includes tracks that made their way into several films and network and cable television shows. AM...
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