With their fourth album, Dramtreeo expanded to a quintet and broadened its instrumental palette. Fiddler Andy Cleveland, who played on Dramtreeo 3, had become an official member of the band by the time of Storm, as had harmonica man/percussionist Jim Crutchfield. The choice of material remains familiar to longtime fans of the group, and the spirit of good times and wholesome entertainment continues, reflected in the album's whimsical cover photo.
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Pop up Dramtreeo event at Toast in Norfolk on the 27th of October. Yay! Looking forward to breaking out some tunes and hitting the harmonies. Dramtreeo added an event. September 14, 2016 ·. Dramtreeo is playing for the anniversary celebration of Royster Presbyterian in Norfolk -- AND the event will be open to the public as a free concert. Good deal! See ya'll there.
Storm Comin' On - Dramtreeo.
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Storm is the sixth studio album by the Norwegian gothic metal band Theatre of Tragedy, released in March 2006. It is the band's first album with a new lead singer Nell Sigland. The song "Storm" was released as the album's only single. The album shows something of a return to gothic metal, although its sound is much lighter and more upbeat than that of earlier albums and it still uses modern English lyrics. The band embarked on a European tour to support the release.
Dramtreeo 3 followed in 1992 with the same lineup. Stith left following the release of the third album, and Dramtreeo expanded to a quintet with the addition of fiddle virtuoso Andy Cleveland and harmonica man Jim Crutchfield. The 1995 release, Storm, included originals, traditional folk and gospel songs, the Merle Travis classic "Sixteen Tons," Woody Guthrie's "This Land is Your Land," and Stephen Foster's "Hard Times.
The Coming Storm is the fifth studio album by British electronic group Freestylers. The album was released on 10 June 2013, almost seven years after their last. It is their first full-length release through the Black Hole Recordings subsidiary Rub-A-Duck. It is also one of their first projects with Chris Bishop from Stereo:Type, the new addition to their production team.