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Fiery Blue

Press clippings:
"Irresistibly catchy in a left field way, this is music of the highest quality. One minute you think that maybe it fits neatly into
folk bag, then there’s hints of country, soft-rock and sublime pop. In the end it’s probably best to just sit back, listen and let
this gorgeous sound wash over you and ignore genres. Music this good just needs to be enjoyed by as many people as possible"
-- Editor, Maverick Magazine(January 2011)

"Fiery Blue places themselves in the running for Internet Collaboration Album of the Year with this self-titled album, a collection of eighteen soft rocking beauties. Producer Gabe Rhodes teams up with songwriter Paul Marsteller and vocalist Simone Stevens (alongside Hunt Sales and Quinn Vogt-Welch) to hand us an album packed with a string of songs to please the aural palette and production itch. Want a hit? Pick any one of the eighteen. Pick all of them. This is music the way they used to write it, when radio ruled and the song was what counted."--Frank Gutch, Jr -Rock and Reprise.com

"Fiery Blue, a collective quartet excelling in mellow soft pop/rock, has come together to release their lengthy self-titled album...Good songwriting, as displayed often here, is a rarity in today’s music world...There’s no denying the massive talent on board."--Stereo Subversion

"Irresistibly catchy in a left field way, (Fiery Blue) is a special treat that just keeps surprising you with more.  Well done."--Midwest Record

"(Fiery Blue's) harmonies of folk, rock and indie are easy on the ear.The eighteen tracks of the album flow and blend into the other, telling a complex story with very simple words and soulful music. The vocals are solid and provide an effective picture to the artistic intentions of the band. With the tracks Magic and Hide Away, one slips into daydream easily and relaxation is achieved."--Power of Pop

"Songwriter Paul Marsteller in San Diego, multi-instrumentalist and producer Gabe Rhodes (son of country pop icon Kimmie Rhodes) in Austin, and singer Simone Stevens in New York make this an extraordinary triumvirate, and put their musical merits skillfully together... The warm, pleasant vocals of Simone Stevens carry you with her vocal color, and sounds pleasantly like Natalie Merchant and Jesse Klein."--Hooked on Music

"The results conjure up a moody kind of pop album that mixes up folk, rock and country with Americana type edges that sort of reminds one of the work of earthy pop chanteuse Sam Phillips with T-Bone Burnett but there’s always a steady pop beat in the forefront. It’s that good and the pairing is top notch throughout, including the multi-talented Rhodes, who seems to be able to play any instrument. The music of Marsteller is also quite effective throughout. The cross-section of sounds is positively amazing and topping it off is some tasty drumming by one time Tin Machine / David Bowie drummer Hunt Sales."--Music Web Express

"Fine mix of folk, rock, country and post-pop with beautiful old-fashioned harmonies and dreamy melodies...(Fiery Blue) have created with their eponymous debut CD a rare gem..."--Country Jukebox

"This is quality stuff, and this upcoming autumn we will spend many a happy hour experiencing the music for certain...Highly recommended!"--Ctrl. alt Country

"Lovers of Americana music will embrace Fiery Blue.  This is an excellent collection of atmospheric musings. A kind of music that has elements borrowed from folk, country and rock."--Alt Country Forum

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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: Sep 28, 2010

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