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Ol' Savannah plumbs the depths of old-time mountain music, returning lovers of Americana to the porches of Piedmont, the sweaty dens of 19th-century Atlanta, and the sultry streets of New Orleans. Banjo and accordion back the gritty vocals of their songs of life, death and redemption.
With their roots embedded in the mire of folk music, their sound has grown from basements and city places where they reside. With soaring coyote guitar, their songs are lifted to the canopy where the sun allows the flowers of the heart to bloom. Culminating with melodies of anthemic love dirges meant for the Spitbucket; the voice and words of Po Lazarus take the forefront and provoke a free-fall right back into the dirt from whence they came.