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Associated Press, Steve Wine: Wild Rabbit Salad, “Trouble in Town” (REGI Music)
It’s no surprise that for Wild Rabbit Salad, the ingredients are a bit quirky. “Trouble in Town” includes a cheating song with a cello solo, a happy-hour lament, a tale of haberdashery, two Townes Van Zandt covers and a reference to him elsewhere. It’s as good as it sounds. Houston-based Bucky Goldberg and Marietta Roebuck, a duo professionally and personally, bring to their fourth album a relaxed, charming vibe. Both have striking voices. Goldberg recalls Howe Gelb’s dry drawl on the wonderful opener “Drop Top Cadillac,” a tale of loneliness and lessons learned, and he makes like Bruce Springsteen on the title cut. The classically trained Roebuck sings beautifully on Van Zandt’s ballad “Tecumseh Valley,” and rocks out on trading verses with Goldberg on breakup tune “Four Days Sober.” The couple also sing about a devastating flood, a mining accident, the hobo life and crossing over to the other side. It’s a set unlikely to duplicate anything already on any musical menu. Review: Relaxed, charming vibe from duo Wild Rabbit Salad https://apnews.com/c9aa4ecc03875e247b5537cf45b7a1bf[2/22/2020 10:44:46 AM]
“Bucky Goldberg and Marietta Roebuck fit together like grits and gravy, and zero in on backwoods wailing crossed with urban beauty. They’ve been singing together a long time, reading each other’s minds and knowing how to get a party started. But the pair also knows where hurt and pain live in modern life and aren’t afraid to wrap their voices around it to make life better. As the world spins in unpredictable ways, music like this can be an anchor to the challenges that confront those with the courage to take them on. Start a fire.” Bill Bentley, Bentleys Bandstand, Americana Highways, Jan. 8, 2020.
Chris Spector, Mid West Record Entertainment "One of the great under the radar Americana duos returns shining yet a little brighter than the last go round with a magic that makes even the somber sound celebratory. Mixing southern rock and classical chops, this duo is expert at finding the sweet spot where to all works in ways you wouldn’t believe. Even finding the bridge between Hank and Townes, it could only have gestated in Texas. Killer stuff."
Jeff Burger, The Morton Report, Jan. 13, 2020. “One of the pleasures of reviewing new music is that you periodically get exposed to noteworthy artists you otherwise might never have encountered. I’d never heard of Wild Rabbit Salad until the duo’s fourth album arrived in the mail, but I won’t soon forget them. The Americana material here is a bit of a grab bag—some funny, some serious, some live, some from the studio, some sung by Bucky Goldberg, some by his partner Marietta Roebuck—and some tracks are better than others. But the best of them are good indeed. Among the standouts: covers of Townes Van Zandt’s “Waiting Around to Die” and “Tecumseh Valley” as well as several of the Goldberg/Roebuck originals that fill the remainder of the program, including the beautifully sung “Lying” and the catchy “Mine Number Nine,” which reminds me a bit of Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks.”

Wild Rabbit Salad Launches New Album Teams With Screenplay Music Video Producer @ Top40-Charts.com - New Songs & Videos from 49 Top 20 & Top 40 Music Charts from 30 Countries
New York, NY (Top40 Charts) “Wild Rabbit Salad singer/songwriters Mike and Marietta read the tea leaves and envision sharing their creations through multiple modern day technologies. Technologies which have the ability to deliver entertainment to literally millions of music lovers around the world. Two of those examples are radio (both terrestrial and subscription) along with the added dimension of music video channels. Mike "Bucky" Roebuck comments, "When you have such a gifted partner as I have, when the local scene permits you to record with the best, and you add the top shelf qualities of a premium video production company the excitement level goes through the roof." As Bill Bentley writes in Americana Highways, "Bucky Goldberg and Marietta Goldberg fit together like grits and gravy, and zero in on backwoods wailing crossed with urban beauty." The duo delivers pure Americana on their latest compilation which contains eleven tracks and includes the catchy ‘Four Days Sober’. The album is on its way to radio stations worldwide as of this writing and the team's new screenplay music video is already streaming on You Tube”.

https://top40-charts.com/mnews.php?nid=154028&cat= About the Album - Titled "Trouble in Town" the new album contains eleven songs with two of them being songs by Townes Van Zandt. They may well have released the perfect depiction of American life and lore right from the beginning starting with track number one "Drop Top Cadillac". The lyrics tell a story and present vivid descriptions such as "that baby blue nineteen fifty two drop top Cadillac". The song comes across with just the right amount of swinging guitar in the background along with Mike and Marietta sharing the story as the song goes along. Speaking of Marietta track two features her mellow voice backed up with a whispering acoustic that tells a story titled, "Tecumseh Valley". Mike returns on track three telling the all too familiar story of the working man that has got to feed his family, pure Americana if there ever was on "Mine No.9". The complete collection communicates heart felt renderings and then add a cello to accent the somber acoustics and you have Americana with a twist. The team chose their "Four Days Sober" from the collection to be their first screenplay music video (above) and it's already gaining tremendous attention. This compilation has got something for everybody”.
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Genres:
Rock, Americana, Country, Blues
Hometown:
Houston, Texas

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Associated Press, Steve Wine: Wild Rabbit Salad, “Trouble in Town” (REGI Music)
It’s no surprise that for Wild Rabbit Salad, the ingredients are a bit quirky. “Trouble in Town” includes a cheating song with a cello solo, a happy-hour lament, a tale of haberdashery, two Townes Van Zandt covers and a reference to him elsewhere. It’s as good as it sounds. Houston-based Bucky Goldberg and Marietta Roebuck, a duo professionally and personally, bring to their fourth album a relaxed, charming vibe. Both have striking voices. Goldberg recalls Howe Gelb’s dry drawl on the wonderful opener “Drop Top Cadillac,” a tale of loneliness and lessons learned, and he makes like Bruce Springsteen on the title cut. The classically trained Roebuck sings beautifully on Van Zandt’s ballad “Tecumseh Valley,” and rocks out on trading verses with Goldberg on breakup tune “Four Days Sober.” The couple also sing about a devastating flood, a mining accident, the hobo life and crossing over to the other side. It’s a set unlikely to duplicate anything already on any musical menu. Review: Relaxed, charming vibe from duo Wild Rabbit Salad https://apnews.com/c9aa4ecc03875e247b5537cf45b7a1bf[2/22/2020 10:44:46 AM]
“Bucky Goldberg and Marietta Roebuck fit together like grits and gravy, and zero in on backwoods wailing crossed with urban beauty. They’ve been singing together a long time, reading each other’s minds and knowing how to get a party started. But the pair also knows where hurt and pain live in modern life and aren’t afraid to wrap their voices around it to make life better. As the world spins in unpredictable ways, music like this can be an anchor to the challenges that confront those with the courage to take them on. Start a fire.” Bill Bentley, Bentleys Bandstand, Americana Highways, Jan. 8, 2020.
Chris Spector, Mid West Record Entertainment "One of the great under the radar Americana duos returns shining yet a little brighter than the last go round with a magic that makes even the somber sound celebratory. Mixing southern rock and classical chops, this duo is expert at finding the sweet spot where to all works in ways you wouldn’t believe. Even finding the bridge between Hank and Townes, it could only have gestated in Texas. Killer stuff."
Jeff Burger, The Morton Report, Jan. 13, 2020. “One of the pleasures of reviewing new music is that you periodically get exposed to noteworthy artists you otherwise might never have encountered. I’d never heard of Wild Rabbit Salad until the duo’s fourth album arrived in the mail, but I won’t soon forget them. The Americana material here is a bit of a grab bag—some funny, some serious, some live, some from the studio, some sung by Bucky Goldberg, some by his partner Marietta Roebuck—and some tracks are better than others. But the best of them are good indeed. Among the standouts: covers of Townes Van Zandt’s “Waiting Around to Die” and “Tecumseh Valley” as well as several of the Goldberg/Roebuck originals that fill the remainder of the program, including the beautifully sung “Lying” and the catchy “Mine Number Nine,” which reminds me a bit of Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks.”

Wild Rabbit Salad Launches New Album Teams With Screenplay Music Video Producer @ Top40-Charts.com - New Songs & Videos from 49 Top 20 & Top 40 Music Charts from 30 Countries
New York, NY (Top40 Charts) “Wild Rabbit Salad singer/songwriters Mike and Marietta read the tea leaves and envision sharing their creations through multiple modern day technologies. Technologies which have the ability to deliver entertainment to literally millions of music lovers around the world. Two of those examples are radio (both terrestrial and subscription) along with the added dimension of music video channels. Mike "Bucky" Roebuck comments, "When you have such a gifted partner as I have, when the local scene permits you to record with the best, and you add the top shelf qualities of a premium video production company the excitement level goes through the roof." As Bill Bentley writes in Americana Highways, "Bucky Goldberg and Marietta Goldberg fit together like grits and gravy, and zero in on backwoods wailing crossed with urban beauty." The duo delivers pure Americana on their latest compilation which contains eleven tracks and includes the catchy ‘Four Days Sober’. The album is on its way to radio stations worldwide as of this writing and the team's new screenplay music video is already streaming on You Tube”.

https://top40-charts.com/mnews.php?nid=154028&cat= About the Album - Titled "Trouble in Town" the new album contains eleven songs with two of them being songs by Townes Van Zandt. They may well have released the perfect depiction of American life and lore right from the beginning starting with track number one "Drop Top Cadillac". The lyrics tell a story and present vivid descriptions such as "that baby blue nineteen fifty two drop top Cadillac". The song comes across with just the right amount of swinging guitar in the background along with Mike and Marietta sharing the story as the song goes along. Speaking of Marietta track two features her mellow voice backed up with a whispering acoustic that tells a story titled, "Tecumseh Valley". Mike returns on track three telling the all too familiar story of the working man that has got to feed his family, pure Americana if there ever was on "Mine No.9". The complete collection communicates heart felt renderings and then add a cello to accent the somber acoustics and you have Americana with a twist. The team chose their "Four Days Sober" from the collection to be their first screenplay music video (above) and it's already gaining tremendous attention. This compilation has got something for everybody”.
Show More
Genres:
Rock, Americana, Country, Blues
Hometown:
Houston, Texas

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