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faith • lost • love

by The Rotary Prophets

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Angel Fire 04:46
Better Days 05:25


"Reminiscent of bands like Paul Westerberg & The Replacements, Uncle Tupelo and other American Roots rock acts, the Prophets employ swirling keyboard lines, buzzing guitars and robust vocals that give their songs staying power." -Metronome Magazine


released September 17, 2013

John Maloney: Lead Vocals, Background Vocals, Electric Rhythm Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
Dave Coughlan: Drums, Background Vocals. Tambourine
Ted Collins: Lead Vocals (track #2), Piano, Organ, Lap Steel Guitar, Electric Rhythm Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
Ray Boyce: Bass, Background Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, 12 String Electric Guitar
Damon Vrettos: Lead Guitar, Electric Rhythm Guitar, Acoustic Lead Guitar

All songs written by John Maloney, except "Rose Colored Glasses" written by Ted Collins.

Recorded, Engineered and Mixed by Ray Boyce at FOC Studios, Jan.-April 2013.
Mastered by Mike Burke at Specialized Mastering, May 2013.
Graphic design by Ashley Willard

Produced by The Rotary Prophets.

Copyright 2013 The Rotary Prophets. All Rights Reserved.



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The Rotary Prophets Somerville, Massachusetts

The Rotary Prophets are a roots-rock band based in Somerville MA. Powered primarily by the evocative story songs and narratives of singer-songwriter John Maloney, along with song contributions from keyboardist Ted Collins and lead guitarist Damon Vrettos, the Rotary Prophets have quickly emerged as powerful and unique voice within the Boston music scene. ... more

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