modern guitar pop for smart people. It's not a stretch to classify "Musician" as a mini-masterpiece given that Fetters plays most of the instruments himself, taps into a deep Dylan-like muse for his songwriting, and produces the entire thing with a confidence that would make Rundgren proud. D. Lockwood, Scripps Howard . 2. it's as if Fetters has moved into his Sgt. Pepper period, with warm complex production, and plenty of dark characters with secrets. Cincinnati Post . 8.
Desire by Rob Fetters, released 17 March 2014 Desire We were born to be our own destroyers. That’s how the universe ends. We build our temples. We burn ‘em down and start all over again. You and me were meant to be together. If you like Rob Fetters, you may also like: phonograph Vol 1 by phonograph. supported by 6 fans who also own Saint Ain't. The Legal Matters by The Legal Matters. supported by 5 fans who also own Saint Ain't. Nick Piunti's third album confirms the idiosyncratic talent of this musician who keeps churning out fantastic power-pop tunes that would rejoice even the most jaded pop-rock fan, whether young or old, if they knew about the existence of 'Beyond the Static'. Animals Acoustic by TTNG. Acoustic reworking of the cult emo band's 2008 debut, with turns from American Football's Nate Kinsella, the Kraken Quartet, and more.
I am humbled by her poetic expression of wisdom, optimism, and patience. May we all learn from Tilly Fetters: my choice for the next President of the United States. 166. 20. See all. Posts. 18 April at 16:26 ·. My visionary Italian musical friend Marco won't give up!
Rob Fetters is an American musician, songwriter, and commercial music composer. He has performed as a guitarist and singer for power pop bands The Raisins, The Bears, psychodots, and has also released solo albums. Fetters was born on September 28, 1954 in Toledo, Ohio and grew up in neighboring Sylvania. Fetters met fellow artists Chris Arduser and Bob Nyswonger while attending Sylvania High School. Fetters, Arduser and Nyswonger have been playing together off and on since 1971.
The Blame Game - Rob Fetters. Forever Never - Rob Fetters. Where's Dad? - Rob Fetters.
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