Sean Hanley began acoustically playing his music in 2005. Since then, he has performed in many venues around the Palm Beach and Broward County area. The West Palm Beach, FL musician takes a time machine to the 60’s and 70’s with his creation of a rock, bluegrass, folk, country and pop fusion album, Fall of This Town. The album has as much heart and soul as the legendary albums of those eras.
Fall of This Town gives fans of every genre something to glorify with constant repeats of their favorite tracks from it. For fans of fast-beat, high-energy songs, “One More Hour of Daylight” and “Don’t Blame Me” satisfy their cravings with melodies that will make them clap, stomp and sing. For fans of more simplistic instrumental efforts, “Long Lonesome Life” and “When My Bottle Runs Dry” will impress with Hanley’s poetic lyrics and vocal styling. A fascinating thing about Fall of This Town is Hanley’s adaptability with each song. His voice morphs and gains the same character as musical greats like Bob Dylan. “Long Lonesome Life” and “Fall of This Town” really sound like they are Dylan-inspired.
Many of the songs on Fall of This Town thematically fall into the peace, love, freedom and revolution categories, which helps it generate the 60’s era mystique. Fall of This Town contains many instrumental solos, especially for the guitarists. It really does give fans of all musical styles something to delight and discover.
Overall, Fall of This Town not only shows musical expertise with the arrangement, instrumental backing and carefully constructed lyrics, but also an album with personality. Hanley’s Fall of This Town has something important to say and knows how to say it with finesse.
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