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Apr162012

Scott Alan Simmons will appeal to Wilco fans

Dubbing his music "modern alt country rock" quite accurately, singer/songwriter Scott Alan Simmons is currently promoting his latest release entitled "The Life & Death of Warren Peacemaker", which is a surprisingly emotionally mature analysis of loneliness, anger, sadness, empty scenes, liquor and regrettable memories. Not a party album, but perfect for those whose musical inclinations lean more towards Radiohead, Steve Earle, City & Colour, the Meat Puppets, or Wilco. With a mixture of loud and fuzzed out garage rock and low-down country rock ballads, Scott's sincerity sells the release. Listen to the single "Goodbye, Dutch Girl" below.

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