Crooked Hearts Gets Another Great Review – in France!
A French magazine specializing in Americana music, “The Cry of the Coyote”, (Le Cri du Coyote) recently reviewed Darryl’s new album, “Crooked Hearts” in the following terms:
“This is the third album from a songwriter who sings about love and heartbreak, one after the other, and betrayal and crime. For once the keyboard is not over-used in this type of music and Darryl has had experience in Europe – with two titles named after streets in Paris (Mouffetard and Pont au Chou) and another called “Midnight in Cologne.” Apart from a modern country rock song and a slow blues number, the remainder of the album is Americana stories, of which “November Rain” seemed to be the most successful. And the icing on the cake is provided by a superb western ballad, “Mary Brown” with Dave Alvin sitting in. Darryl has really good taste and you will find this to be a very pleasurable album.”
HEAR DARRYL AND FLEETING HEART AT THE SEVEN GRAND WHISKY BAR IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES.
MARK YOU CALENDAR FOR MONDAY OCTOBER 29, 10 PM.
Seven Grand in Los Angeles, 515 WEST 7TH STREET, 2ND FLOOR DOWNTOWN LA 90014
More about Darryl Holter’s “Crooked Hearts” HERE