Sad Songs & Alcohol
Michael Hochanadel of the Daily Gazette says, '...it's sincere, strong and sweet music, with an acoustic blue-grass/folk authenticity and tuneful pop sensibility.' Greg Haymes of the Times Union calls the new album 'sparkling.' He goes on to say, 'The disc features a good batch of acoustic alt-country originals by Campolieto, as well as a fiddle-fueled romp through Hank Williams' 'Why Don't You Love Me (Like You Used to Do)?'
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