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Cherri & The Violators - Empty Pockets (2007)

22-07-2015, 07:52
Music | Blues | Rock

Cherri & The Violators - Empty Pockets (2007)

Artist: Cherri & The Violators
Title Of Album: Empty Pockets
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Cherri & The Violators
Genre: Blues, Rockin Blues, Female Vocal
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 47:29 Min
Total Size: 116 Mb


1. Up For Me
2. Bartender
3. Frettin' For Nothing
4. Time (Wait For Me)
5. The Waltz
6. Empty Pockets
7. Musta Been Fun
8. Don't Call Me Baby
9. Mirror, Mirror
10. House Of Broken Love
11. Empty Pockets

Northern Michigan based Cherri and the Violators have been dishing up their own brand of music throughout the state, especially along the West Coast of Lake Michigan. For over ten years, Cherri & the Violators have won fans of many musical genres with their self penned lyrics and their terrific guitar work. The band has been nominated for two Jammie Awards for their songwriting. Bandmates Paul Bendig on vocals/bass, and Hank Cupp on drums/percussion, and Herb Cottier on lead and slide guitar/vocals serve up a powerful backdrop for vocalist Cheryl Bendig, never overplaying their hand.

Bendig's vocals have an addictive flower child quality that recalls the great pop singers of the '60s. She has a knack for vocal phrasing that delivers the songs with the raw power of Janis Joplin but the finesse of Ann Wilson. Bendig is also a fearless songwriter with topics covering everything from the monthly bouts that send men into hiding, PMS Blues, to the anguish of the unemployed, Empty Pockets. No one can deny that Cherri and the Violators aren't violating the envelope here, creating their own style that is pleasantly pop-oriented and unexpectedly romantic.

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