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100 Miles of Wreckage

The Black Lillies

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100 Miles of Wreckage

The Black Lillies have done it again. Their first album, Whiskey Angel, was incredible. Now with 100 Miles of Wreckage, Cruz proves that he is quite capable of writing, performing and producing another outstanding CD. Great lyrics, melodies, vocals and music. Thanks, Black Lillies. I'll be listening and waiting on the next one!

Fantastic!

Cruz Contreras proved that he can write and sing compelling, heartfelt music with The Black Lillies' first album, Whiskey Angel. Since that album's release in 2009, the band has set out on several cross-country tours, packed sold-out venues, played festivals ranging from Bonnaroo Music + Arts to Pickathon, been featured on the venerable nationally-broadcast NPR show Mountain Stage, appeared on stages as storied as the historic Ryman Auditorium, and have had two concert performances broadcast nationwide on PBS. Through those experiences, Contreras honed his writing skills and the band tightened up - becoming a true force of nature. 100 Miles of Wreckage proves that there are no boundaries in roots music, and that seasoned musicians can masterfully switch gears from swampy blues rock to the delicate sensitivity of a heartbreaking ballad. The entire album is fantastic, but highlights include a guest appearance by Jill Andrews on The Arrow - an aching tale of love destroyed - and the Bonnaroo-inspired mini-rock opera Tall Trees, in which Tom Pryor's incredible musicianship is demonstrated through ample guitar solos.

Blew me away

Went to Opryland last night to see Kellie Pickler. The Black Lillies were making their debut at the Grand Ole Opry and boy were they great. What great harmony and pitch. Perfect. I'm a new fan. Loving this cd. Looking forward to more great things from this group.

Biography

Genre: Country

Years Active: '10s

A country act that shades to the Americana side of things, the Black Lillies were formed in Knoxville, Tennessee in 2009 by singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Cruz Contreras (formerly of Robinella & the CC Stringband), guitarist and pedal steel player Tom Pryor, drummer and percussionist Jamie Cook (both Pryor and Cook were formerly members of the Everybodyfields), bassist Robert Richards, and vocalist Trisha Gene Brady. The band, featuring a fresh blend of bluegrass, jazz, rock,...
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