Escaping Pavement, Road Warrior Review
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Hailing from Michigan the duet of Emily Burns and Aaron Markovitz originally met as individual music makers in the blues open-mic circles; then they studied their craft together in California and wound up playing Top 40 hits for a cruise ship’s dance hall. After that, they started a southern rock-inclined neo-country quartet called Escaping Pavement. In 2014, the duo paired back down to a duo, but kept the namesake. The duet is organically adorned with just their voices, an acoustic guitar and a mandolin, they wrote and recorded an album The Night Owl (2016), that centrically focused on the Americana genre. Now, in 2019, their latest album Road Warriors, released on March 22, 2019, features a seasoned and explorative sound that resonates from nearly 150 shows, 30k miles and 23 states in 2018.
Give Me a Break
If I Ever Lose My Faith
Greener at All
Release Date: March 22, 2019
Reed Recording Company
Beautifully seasoned acoustic guitar, melded with singing mandolin and sweeter than honey harmonies, Escaping Pavement is back with a tour de force.