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Rural Free Delivery

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Rural Free Delivery "Come On Home" 2004


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" A Funky, Groovy, Jazzy, Bluegrassy, Bluesy, Fusiony, Rock Kind of Thing." Anything you can imagine is going to come out of Rural Free Delivery. If you like instrumental grooves, soulful lyrics, soaring vocals, sailing guitar solos, and some of everything else, you're gonna love this band.
At the end of 2003, four pro NYC musicians came together to form a rock band playing music inspired by many different genres. The Allman Brothers, The Grateful Dead, The Beatles, Miles Davis, Neil Young, Queen, and the list goes on. Since the beginning RFD has been playing to packed clubs in NY, CT, PA and elswhere throughout the Northeast. Most audiences are filled with "jamband" type music fans but most anyone will find something in RFD's music. This "music machine" plays hard and without any regard of what they're "supposed" to play. One fan described their live show as "skiing down a steep hill on one ski and without poles; exhiliration". RFD's all around musicality and love of music comes out as soon as the first note hits.
Rural Free Delivery's debut release, "Come On Home", was released in October 2004. It doesn't matter what you enjoy listening to, you're going to find something up your alley on this record. Opening with a rock bluegrassy tune and going through jazz, latin, new orleans, funk, rockabilly, hard 60s rock, and even a couple of ballads, this is just going to get you ready for the next album. In essence, RFD just plays good old rock-n-roll.

This is what Mike Barry from Laughing Buddha productions in NYC had to say:
Friend of the Buddha: Rural Free Delivery
This month we are profiling the band Rural Free Delivery. This is a New York based band that plays some good old fashioned rock n roll. The band is very influenced by country, blues, gospel, R &B and other good stuff, all of which is set in kind of a “Jam Band “ context. Deadheads take note.