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Shannon McNally at Live from The Divide - Binaural Edition

HeadRoom is excited to bring you this weeks binaural recording of Live From the Divide, Shannon McNally. You can listen to the remixed radio version of the show on the Live From The Divide website. With her earthy, bluesy voice and fresh, unbridled approach to songwriting, Shannon McNally carries the great blues and blues-rock tradition on to a new generation of fans. From the early days of listening to folk-blues in her parents' record collection as she was growing up on Long Island, McNally has taken her music way beyond that to include soul-jazz and electric blues-rock, counting artists such as Bob Dylan, Leadbelly, Nina Simone, the Band, Emmylou Harris, and PJ Harvey as major influences. [audio:http://headphone.com/audio/livefromthedivide21.mp3] shannon2

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