When you hear your first tracks of Sunshine Brady and the Moonlight Lady, you will be struck by its classic uniqueness, and yet it has a familiar ring, like the telephone at your grandmother’s house, or the crackle of a vinyl record. Most of all, these kids will make you smile. I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Ryan and Becca about their music. They haven’t quite made an internet presence but they have a facebook group and you can find them on SellABand.com.
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Most conversations about popular LDS musicians in the West nowadays seem to always land on Cary Judd. Originally from Southern California but now living in the wilderness of Wyoming, Cary’s cerebral yet always accessible tunes satisfy the prog fan and pop fan alike. His newest album is Goodnight Human, but to really experience Cary Judd, you need to see a live show. For those deep in the Mission Field, he’s also released a live (free) downloadable album from his MySpace. His website is www.caryjudd.com, and you might take notice that he’s worked with Linescratcher Scot Alexander from Dishwalla.
To find Cary Judd on iTunes, click here.
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