12 Songs, 50 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
22 Ratings
22 Ratings
Jack Derridog ,

a sincere and timeless favorite

Not that anyone really reads these reviews anyway, but just in case, there should probably be one available for this duo (sometimes trio). I think this music is really something to write home about (if you're into that old fashion thing). They have a really familiar quality to their music--like they are friends just over for an open jam in your living room, but the skills of both their lead guitarist and their violin/accordion/piano/other man are really something special. My favorite songs, Eyes and Little Tree, are excellent examples of great lyricism and the timelessness of harmonize-along folk melodies. They are also a really special queer duo, with a bold political energy and a refreshing pride in the new possibilities of living well in all bodies, new and old (Guy Named Joe, from their previous album).

Sean’s ,

Just saw them in concert

never hear of them before.. just saw them in concert. AMAZING! great great music, funny, nice people. Now i'm on here buying all their music. don't steal it!!!! if you like them you'll also like GIRLYMAN

danpheffner13 ,

Coyote Grace

It's been 6 years since I first saw Coyote Grace in concert. They opened for the Indigo Girls, and from the second they struck up their first tune, I was in love. Their personal stories are inspiring and their music a testament to their growth as individuals. Zuma is perhaps my most favorite song of theirs, and Ear to the Ground remains one of my favorite albums in this genre. It's very profound and has such depth that it's hard to not find yourself singing along. Six years later, I'm still in love with this band.

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