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Album Review

Grievous Angels has a talent for blending honky tonk, rock & roll, and contemporary folk, creating a unique sound that has the musical muscle of the purest country, but the narrative force of the finest folk character sketches. Occasionally, their ambitions get the best of them, resulting in wordy songs with weak melodies, but most of One Job Town, is powerfully direct, with haunting vocals and stories, as well as excellent musicianship. Most noteworthy are "The Ballad of Leonard and Cecile," "Crossing the Causeway" and "Death's Dark Stream."


Formed: Tempe, AZ

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s

The Grievous Angels are an alternative country band from Tempe, AZ, that recorded albums for Bloodshot Records. Like the Old 97's, Grievous blends country, rock, and bluegrass into a hard-driving, frenetic sound. At concerts they'll play the Sex Pistols' "Bodies," yet they also have a more acoustic alter ego band called Ned Beatty and the Inbreds that plays bluegrass and folk. The band was named after Gram Parsons' 1973 seminal country-rock album Grievous Angel. Earl C. Whitehead (aka Russell Sepulveda)...
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