The Acoustic Medicine Show has been well received by the audience for their satisfying Country and jazz music creations that comes flowing with an impeccable hook.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- New York City, Jan 11, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Beautifully syncopated drum beats and guitar riffs introduced in the most alluring manner, The Acoustic Medicine Show emphasizes country music to highlight their mainstream sound. The music band from New York has been formed by Joe tobin, the singer and songwriter of the group who has confidently built the best team of jazz music. The band’s music is influenced by the simple life of country living, using bluegrass instrumentation, and harmonies, folk, blues, and jazz melodies. It’s a treat to hear the band play together most passionately to touch the hearts each time they play along.
Recently they have dropped two singles from their album The Road Less Traveled titled ‘Back on Home‘ and ‘One Dollar Bill‘ that drive with classic jazz melodies with modern style country music to disclose their rare quality. It’s the singer’s lead voice that makes all the difference and warmly encapsulates the listener’s mind. The vocal harmony comes around smoothly and uplifts the mood instantly. The joyful beats and the pumping melody line let the songs slide away easily. In a very friendly manner, the singer has designed the whole soundscape that instigates the audience to hit the repeat button.
The Acoustic Medicine Show has successfully directed the Americana genre with their new album and the two songs ‘Back on Home’ and ‘One Dollar Bill’ aim to directly make the listeners smile with their catchy vintage-style rhythms and impressive lyricism. Indulge in their rich country music on Spotify and follow the band on Facebook for more updates.
Visit to listen this songs ‘Back on Home’ & ‘One Dollar Bill’ by The Acoustic Medicine Show :
‘Back on Home’ – https://open.spotify.com/track/1yijVGNebUfXNvxKDhLhP6
‘One Dollar Bill’ – https://open.spotify.com/track/0yloCRxGV4QyCS3pLWkc8q
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