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Underhill Rose at Live From the Divide - Binaural Edition

HeadRoom is excited to bring you this weeks binaural edition of Live From the Divide, Underhill Rose. You can listen to the remixed radio version of the show on the Live From The Divide website. The incomparable harmony of soaring, sultry vocals, prolific lyrics and unique fusion of Americana, bluegrass, R&B, and roots music make up the “heartfelt country soul” that Underhill Rose has become known for. The Asheville, N.C. based trio is led by Eleanor Underhill, an accomplished lyricist and banjo picker, with an alluring, smoky voice and Molly Rose, the powerful songstress with a soaring vocal range and dazzling stage presence. The addition of bass player Salley Williamson fills out their sound and produces an impressive third harmony to this lovely trinity. [audio:http://headphone.com/audio/livefromthedivide17.mp3] underhill rose6

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