Sunday, June 2nd, 2013
Fred Fletcher Park
6pm802 Clay Street
Raleigh North Carolina 27605
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Milagro Saints are touring in support of their newly released "poetic folk-roots/rock" album "Chance & Circumstance". The album is gaining airplay on Triple A radio 'americana' shows across the U.S.
Duane Verh of Roots Music Report says
"A congenial jam-band vibe and the warm-spirited songs of guitarist/vocalist S.D. Ineson make for a set that grabs the ear quickly and serves up some instantly memorable tracks. Ineson's unassuming but always-attractive melodies are buoyed by the Saints richly textured, broad and breezy grooves; the band's three fret-board players meshing masterfully with keyboardist Lee Kirby. The chorus hooks of Gonna Rain Again and These Things "About You" are about as radio-friendly as they get but this is definitely a disc where each song is attention-worthy-5 STARS"
Calvin powers of the Americana Radio Show WCOM Carrboro NC says
"Heartfelt, funky, and just a little bit trippy in the spirit of Donna The Buffalo. That’s how I’d describe the Milagro Saints’ latest release, Chance & Circumstance. These veterans of the roots music scene have transcended the alt.country crowd they sprang from into a band that creates Americana that’s deceptively modern. Whether it’s the mandolin riffs setting a easy going roll or a well timed accordion riff at just the right moment, they know how to pay homage to traditional music without being limited by it. Highlight tracks for me are “Morning Song,” “Evangelyne,” and most of all “Pennsylvania Rose.”
outside in park