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Honeybrowne has made its mark on the Texas music scene and beyond by going song by song, gig by gig, album by album and Mile By Mile, as the title of the band’s latest CD declares. Singer, songwriter and group leader Fred Andrews and his musical compadres come by their sound and success honestly, drawing from a rich palette of inspirations and then going out and road-testing the music they create to ensure that it makes a genuine connection with music-loving listeners. Combining good ole hard work with a vibrant love for the magic of music, Honeybrowne keep their eyes on the prize of being better and better each time out. So how does the band follow “this year’s first must-hear,” as Entertainment News & Views said of their last release, the aptly titled Something To Believe In? Answer: With a new album that enriches and expands the Honeybrowne sound on a set of even stronger songs that are bound to travel with you Mile By Mile for years to come. Co-produced by Andrews and Austin recording whiz Mark Addison (who produced Something To Believe In), the album is Honeybrowne’s most vital and varied yet. It boasts everything from expansive country-rock anthems like the title song and “Love Wanted” to the twangy trot of “Bowling Green” and the bluegrass-flavored “Line Sinker and Hook.” Andrews and drummer Stephen Bres celebrate their recent new fatherhood on the CD’s most touching number, “Personal Lullaby,” which they co-wrote. But happy family man Andrews also shows that he hardly forgets how heartache feels on “Yesterday’s News,” “Left Me A Mess” and “Trouble’s Got a Thing For Me.


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