StompTown Revival Breaking New Ground With Self-Titled EP That Releases Tomorrow – October 2, 2012

JesusFreakHideout.com Hails Duo’s Music As “New And Refreshing In Today’s Worship And Pop/Contemporary-Saturated CCM.”

Christian music’s new duo, Stomptown Revival and their folksy blues sound, is generating strong interest and reaction from media and fans.  The duo of Gabe Martinez and Brandon Bee have delivered high-profile performances at Night Of Joy and The Experience Conference in Orlando last month, several dates in San Antonio, TX later this week that also includes an appearance on the local CBS morning show Great DAY SA, and an upcoming performance at the Christian Music Summit in Nashville, TN on October 5th.

The press has also been enthusiastic with the new sound and project from StompTown Revival with JesusFreakHideout.com summing it up best by saying, The duo of Brandon Bee and Gabe Martinez (formerly of Circleside) have teamed together to forge a sound that sounds classically American, but yet new and refreshing in today’s worship and pop/contemporary-saturated CCM. Additional coverage includes; Blogcritics.org,NewReleaseTuesday.comCCM MagazineChristianity TodayHM MagazineCountry Pulse MagazineToday’s Country MagazineStrictly Country MagazineBaptist Standard, and Christian Musician Magazine.

The self-titled 6-song EP contains innovative new music from StompTown Revivalwhich features acoustic and slide guitars, a harmonica, and a stompbox  that is a percussion instrument pioneered by early bluesmen. The duo wrote five original compositions for the new recording, along with a new musical twist to the traditional and well-known hymn, Leaning On The Everlasting Arms.  The project was produced by Martinez and Bee and is on Save The City Records. Provident Distribution is overseeing distribution of the EP at all online and retail outlets that includes a limited vinyl edition of the project.

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