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Jono Manson (from the album Stars Enough to Guide Me available on Blue Rose Records) (by Danny McCloskey)
Making claims with his first steps into his recent release, Jono Manson states ‘always one to come out swinging’ as he begins the song cycle for Stars Enough to Guide Me with “Lights Go Out”, referencing the album title in the tune. Rock’n’Roll that nods to its classic past as it uses the FM radio template of heartland, coastal, and big city Rock music informs the song structure of Stars Enough to Guide Me.
Jono Manson tells the tale in “The Further Adventures of Goat Boy and the Clown” on Faces-style boogie riffs and rhythms, breaking ground in “Timberline” with a Seger and Silver Bullet Band-friendly Rock ballad while he makes promises for “As Long as the Grass Grows” backed by Memphis Soul and lets a Country Rock’n’Roll shuffle move dancing feet for “No New Kind of Blue”, joined on the cut by John Popper (Blues Traveler). Other guests stop by the studio for the Stars Enough to Guide Me recording sessions. Crystal Bowersox is on board for the Tulsa-Time groove driving “Before We Get Stupid” while Eliza Gilkyson shares in the story of the “Late Bloomer”. Jono Manson makes a wish over a tender Country Folk melody to “Make It Through the Spring”, shares secrets in “On the Downlow”, and backs the tale of “The Man Shot in the War” with a vintage big Rock stadium sound, the story alive with chiming guitar chords and blue-collar nights. (by Danny McCloskey)
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